Well, it wasn't any more boring than Broken Sword, imo. It's more about the relatively slow pace and laid back atmosphere. The humour was more frequent than Broken Sword too. Not every joke was good, but there was a couple of good ones. Either way, you don't play So Blonde or Broken Sword for their humour. Imo, it would be remembered equally as fondly as many of the classic adventure games, had it been released back in the days. It's better than a lot of reasonably good adventure games from the golden years.
Originally Posted by Toni Wilen
I thought the topic was about A Vampyre Story (and I didn't ask for suggestions, I especially don't listen to offtopic suggestions
That's a really weird (and absolutely nonsensical) rule.