The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav Is Now Gold; hits PC on June 22nd

Daedalic Entertainment and Deep Silver successfully completed the development and test phase of The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav and announced today that it has reached Gold status. The game will be released on June 22nd and is available as a retail box in selected countries as well as on steam worldwide.
Players take on the role of Geron, who gets involved into an uncanny intrigue. The kingdom of Andergast, whose inhabitants are well known for their superstition, is in clinch with the neighbored Nostria, but first steps into the direction of an enduring peace are taken. But a mysterious plague of crows disturbs all upcoming hope. The birds are getting more and more aggressive and even attack people.
To get rid of this plague, the king seeks a skilled bird catcher – an opportunity for young Geron to prove that the reputation for ill luck, that has followed him since childhood, is undeserved. Following an audience with the king, the prestigious task is assigned to him.
However, not only does this chore prove to be unexpectedly difficult, but it also turns out to be the first step into the greatest adventure of his life, which will lead him to the uncharted lands of Aventuria and beyond. Be prepared for stunning hand-drawn backgrounds, elaborately animated characters in HD resolution, clever puzzles and a gripping story.
The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav will be released on June the 22nd, 2012 exclusively on PC.

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