The Case Of The Golden Idol

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The Case Of The Golden Idol review: a gripping detective game with echoes of Obra Dinn

Detective games are often about filling in the blanks. A terrible crime will sit at the heart of them, yes, but most take place in the days and weeks that follow, where the bulk of your time is spent gathering clues and building a case to work out whodunnit. Rarely do you get to glimpse the immediate aftermath of the crime itself, where all the major suspects are still in play and their pockets are stuffed with incriminating evidence they’ll no doubt be disposing of in the coming minutes. The prime exception to this rule is Lucas Pope’s Return Of…