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Über das Spiel

Das neueste Werk der Adventure-Virtuosen von Pendulo-Studios erzählt die spannende Geschichte vom geheimnisvollen John Yesterday weiter.

Der unsterbliche Protagonist und seine Partnerin Pauline müssen nicht nur in der Gegenwart die Welt wieder in Ordnung bringen. Diesmal führt ihr Abenteuer sie ins historische Mittelalter, genauer gesagt, ins Gefängnis. Kurz vor Beginn des Rituals, das John zwar unsterblich machen, aber ihn auch sein Gedächtnis verlieren lassen wird, übernimmst Du die Steuerung der beiden Protagonisten und musst nun nach guter, alter Adventure-Tradition Gegenstände sammeln und knobeln, um John endgültig von seinen Erinnerungslücken zu befreien.

Der unnachahmliche Comicstil, den die Adventurewelt schon im Vorgänger „Der Fall John Yesterday“ bewundert hat, erwartet Dich auch in der fulminanten Fortsetzung. Dein Weg führt Dich zurück in die moderne Welt des 21. Jahrhunderts. Begib Dich auf die Suche nach einer ganz speziellen Münze, um das Ritual zu wiederholen. Doch Achtung! Gefährliche Zeitgenossen sind Dir bereits auf den Fersen und haben natürlich andere Pläne für John und die Münze.

Features:
  • Pendulo Studios hat mit der Runaway-Serie eine große Fangemeinschaft aufgebaut (mehr als 1 Million verkaufter Exemplare)
  • Mit englischer und französischer lippensynchroner Sprachausgabe
  • Eine packende Geschichte, die in zwei verschiedenen Zeitaltern stattfindet
  • Triff 25 einzigartige Charaktere
  • 10 Gebiete mit mehr als 50 Orten, die Du entdecken kannst
  • Besuche viele Länder in verschiedenen Zeitaltern (England, Spanien, USA, Frankreich, Niederlande uvm.
  • Komplett in 3D mit brandneuen Effekten
  • Im beliebten Pendulo-Stil gezeichnet
  • Packende Rätsel und knifflige Puzzle
  • Ein Adventure für Erwachsene: Mit viel schwarzem Humor

Systemanforderungen

  • CPU: AMD /Intel Quad-Core-Prozessor mit 2.2 GHz
  • GFX: ATI/Nvidia mit mindestens 512MB VRAM / mindestens Shader Model 4.0 Support
  • RAM: 2 GB
  • Software: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10
  • DX: DirectX 9.0
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Verfasst: 07.08.19 03:13
Die Präsentation ist ganz gut gelungen, aber ich fand, es war doch eher ein sehr langweiliges bzw. langwieriges Adventure. Die Story ist an und für sich ok, aber die zeitlichen Sprünge finde ich persönlich eher störend. Ausserdem ist die Bedienung zum Haare raufen. Immer muss man diese Detailansichten von Objekten und Personen öffnen und diese dann mühsam mit der Maus hin und herschieben um die Hotspots am Objekt zu erkunden. Um in der Normalsicht die Hotspot-Hilfe zu aktivieren, muss man jedes mal in die obere Ecke mit der Maus, die Hotspots werden dann auch in einer merkwürdigen Reihenfolge kreuz und quer angezeigt.... Warum nicht einfach eine Taste so dass alle auf einmal angezeigt werden? Ausserdem reagiert der Mauscursor eher träge, was oft dazu führt, daneben zu klicken (was aber evtl. an meinem i5 mit intel HD graphics liegt).

Ach und ganz ganz übel: die Untertitel sind ALLE in GROSSBUCHSTABEN... hat denn niemand den Leuten von Pendulo gesagt, dass das extrem schlecht zu lesen ist?

Somit würde ich diesem Spiel maximal 50% geben als Bewertung.


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Verfasst: 17.09.19 20:12
Die Steuerung mit Maus ist unerträglich, die Detailansicht unnötig kompliziert und lästig, dadurch ist das Spiel einfach nicht spielbar. Hab das Spiel nach kurzer Zeit beendet und erstatten lassen. Sehr schade, den ersten Teil fand ich richtig gut und habe mich sehr auf den Nachfolger gefreut.
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641 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 13.08.19 22:31
Seit langen kein so gutes Point and Click Adventure gespielt, die Story ist ganz gut wäre, aber besser gewesen Yesterday vorher zuspielen aber da es nicht auf Deutsch gab, hab mir das hier geholt und bereue es nicht. Klar gewisse Ereignisse die erwähnt werden sind so nicht so bedeuten für mich bei Leuten die Vorgänger gespielt habe aber es ging auch so oder Person, die man trifft, nicht so wow Moment kommt tja ist halt so.

Gameplay spielt es mit der Maus mehr braucht ihr oft nicht. Gamepad würde ich abraten ist nicht so toll zu steuern.

Musik, Atmosphäre und sonstiges ist gut gelungen es passt perfekt wie löst auch Gänsehaut aus bei gewissen Ereignissen.

Story ist Interessant und bringt viel Abwechslung und wird sehr spannt erzählt wie es gibt durch die Ereignisse in der Vergangenheit und Kunst Anteil interessante wissen was man erfahren kann.
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551 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 08.05.19 15:43
Mich hat dieses Adventure positiv überrascht und voll in seinen Bann gezogen! Die Story ist nicht verkehrt und die Rätsel sind gut eingebettet. Irgendwie hat mir das Spiel mehr Spaß gemacht als der direkte Vorgänger, da ging mir alles zu flott. Meine Lieblings-Reihe wird das sicherlich nicht, aber ich hatte nicht das Gefühl, meine Zeit vergeudet zu haben.
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543 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.03.20 09:12
This game is much better than its predecessor which I still reviewed positively. The increased length was a big help for evening out the tone. I particularly liked the different time periods and background art. Pauline is thankfully much less useless this time around (although still not particularly likeable. I think maybe it's the harsh manner the voice actress has with her lines.) And whereas the previous game had a very rushed and disappointing ending, this game's ending has as much detail as the lead up and an ironic tone.

Negatively, although the puzzles are harder, they still won't ever make you feel clever for figuring them out. In fact often the puzzle is less about figuring out what to do than figuring out how to communicate with the game engine you know what to do. The game engine is a bit odd with levels of thinking about things and zooming in and scanning and using things and conversing with people and looking at people up close, but it doesn't utilize all these options as effectively as, say, some of the Sherlock Holmes games do. But it's okay, it's just cumbersome. The other negative is when the humor sometimes involves pop culture references which the main character wouldn't understand. I don't believe for a second that he plays Crusader Kings, for instance. Of less importance there appears to be some sort of bug with what I think are achievements. Something sometimes causes a bunch of red error text to appear on the screen and the only way to get rid of it is to restart the game. I think maybe it shows up when I'm supposed to have gotten achievements and didn't, because I notice that there are a few achievements I didn't get that I should have. It's very minor, it only came out a few times.

But overall a great adventure game. If you like adventure games, I'm sure you'll enjoy yourself here.
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1577 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.02.20 09:24
Fantastic!!!

One of the best adventure games ever made!

you mustn't miss it!!
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569 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.02.20 15:13
Extremely disappointing. The bug with disappearing items has still not been fixed by the devs. On top of that the control scheme is terrible.

Unless you enjoy starting the game over after an item disappears due to a bug, do not play this.
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Verfasst: 28.10.19 04:44
As continuation/explanation of the first “Yesterday” game this dark thriller with somewhat clunky mechanics and morally ambiguous characters is satisfying enough to see the twisted journey through the end.

“Yesterday: Origins” can technically be played as a standalone but will work much better if you played the initial game in the duology first. It all starts back in the Middle Ages as John is being rescued from inquisition by a mysterious order. The order didn’t do it out of pure kindness, of course, so through their own agenda John becomes a part of a ritual gone wrong which makes him immortal but… with complete memory wipeout every time he dies and resurrects. To explain the story further will be a fruitless task – the plot is beyond complex and includes time jumps between present and medieval, globe-trotting in all of those time periods, playing both characters: John and Pauline - his girlfriend (sometimes in the same scene with an ability to switch), and of course the entire complexity of trying to comprehend who is John exactly and what happened to him. All of this elaboration ends with a surprisingly violent, a-la Tarantino, finale (unlike Tarantino though, the violence is graphically VERY modest, so the impact gets lost a bit), but a twist you didn’t see coming will make for a fairly rewarding conclusion; the kind where main questions are answered, but some new ones leave you to ponder.

Gameplay is a point’n’click with an original twist you might be familiar with from the first game. Pressing on the object will trigger a “zoom feature” which allows you to look at it from all angles and use the inventory if needed. Same zoom will be applied to every person you talk to, also allowing you to examine them from every angle (yes, that does bring up a few funny comments from narrator on occasion) and is sometimes necessary to solve a puzzle. Unlike the first game, however, the mechanics come off rather ungraceful. Since the entire interface system designed for every object to be swiped on and turned around, doing that with a mouse is a tedious, frustrating task full of lags and lapses, and constant “press and let go, oh damn I missed it!” moments. While the game is said to be optimized for both - mouse and controllers, it isn’t very user-friendly to those with a mouse. It seems like the perfect way to enjoy it would have been a tablet, where you can move everything with your finger.
Another word on optimization issues – look out for the “disappearing” inventory; sometimes part of it isn’t displayed, so you might need to swipe on it in a specific manner to see more items. This could be annoying when stuck on the puzzle for which you already have a solution you simply cannot see. And puzzles here are all inventory/dialogue-based and most are of decently challenging quality (although the novelty that you need to examine a person, not an item, for some of them can get you stuck until you remember to do it). Some, as always, stand out due to contrived logic only the authors of the game are aware of (St. Brigida monastery comes to mind), but majority fit the story quite well.

Just like in a predecessor, the writing expressed through twisted plot and part dark meta/part humorous dialogues is the strongest part of the game. It’s a thriller through and through; fast-paced, at times confusing, but ultimately very entertaining thriller. The game continues with the trend of all characters being largely in the grey area morally (some more evil then others), so while there might be no one to root for per se, it is fun to watch how all of them interact with each other, trying to outplay and outwit the opponent on every turn, just to be slammed with a dose of wickedness and start plotting their own nefarious response. The music and voiceover are top notch throughout, and since these elements greatly support and accentuate the writing – the combination alone is enough to bring game into a “recommend” territory.

The safe way to gauge whether you’d enjoy “Yesterday: Origins” is to see if you liked the first game. This is a longer (and at average playtime roughly around 11-13 hours it’s a good value for $15), more complex, tightly written version of the first title. Ultimately though, “Origins” will work for anyone who likes dark stylish thrillers or games that take full involvement and thinking on the player part to process the ever-evolving story. If you’re ready to battle occasionally frustrating UI, you’ll be up for a surprisingly twisted, deep and sinister tale that spans centuries.
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1097 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 02.12.19 00:16
Extremely contentful mistery point'n'click with great variety in levels. All the hard to find extras and the interesting story make it really replayable.
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1248 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14.11.19 13:22
A lot buggier but in my opinion a lot more fun game than the original (which was a good game too). Get this sequel without a doubt, but I suggest playing this only after completing Yesterday. There are many references to the first game which will not make much sense otherwise.
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47 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.11.19 02:59
Game plays really bad with mouse and keyboard, a controller is heavlily recomended.

But then there are many problems with atleast some controllers, mine didn't work at first and even after getting the game to recognise it the LT/RT don't work making the game unplayable.
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843 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 01.12.19 05:22
Very nice game, story, graphics, it has couple of bugs here and there but no problem, the game is great like the first one
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709 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29.04.20 18:45
i am a fan of pendulo adventure games, so i recommend it, maybe you will not like it
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560 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 07.05.20 23:25
pros

+ gorgeous looking and colorful hand drawn comic book style background artwork and character models
+ well made long cartoony cut scenes
+ many different and interesting cast of characters
+ good character animations
+ decent voice acting
+ nice musics
+ hard to solve but mostly enjoyable puzzles. there are lots of inventory-based puzzles which you can combine some items
+ story is engaging
+ there is auto save
+ when you click to upper left corner, hotspots highlighted so no need to pixel hunting.

cons

- controls and interface mechanics made for gamepad so playing this game with mouse and keyboard quite frustrating
- if you want to get all achievements you should make some chores such as click all hotspots or you may have to replay game if you want to get all achievements
- Pauline basically a snotty gender stereotype.
- I did suffer from a couple technical difficulties during my playthrough. the game on several occasions just froze and a few times cursor just disappeared so I had to restart the game.
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698 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 22.04.20 10:55
I had a hell lot of fun solving that mystery. Presentations improved a lot compared to its predecessor.
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980 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 15.02.20 10:29
this is a qualified thumbs up - this game has the usual pendulo flaws , illogical puzzles, and you will need a walkthrough to finish the game. However, perhaps it is the unusual adult theme, but there are redeeming qualities in the originality of the story, which is quite messy though. Would only recommend the game t patient gamers, also by at a discount
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669 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.04.20 10:49
I enjoyed this game which is way better then the first one. Nice story, quite easy, funny and relaxing. Waiting for the 3rd one now :-)
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Verfasst: 20.06.20 10:53
Not as good as the first, Lazy developers, kinda buggy , many never fixed, an d still infects your computer with that Denuvo crap after all this time.
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522 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 27.06.20 16:40
I enjoyed the story of the game, though the ending has left me scratching my head a bit, but overall I enjoyed it. I really appreciate the unique way you interact with characters and objects from an artistic level, but in terms of gameplay and clicking mechanics it can be a bit clunky regarding finding and using hotspots. I would love to see another game with this type of mechanic, but more fine tuned. I got this game on a really good sale, but I would have been ok paying more since it was about 8 hours of gameplay and with missing achievements I'll likely re-play in a year or two once I've forgotten the solutions.
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677 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 31.05.20 18:26
I am a big fan of Pendulo games and the two Yesterday and Yesterday Origins are my favourites. If you like point and clicks with well crafted characters and story, these are games you will enjoy as well. Buy Yesterday and then this sequel without hesitation.
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589 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 10.06.20 02:21
It's really good. Nothing more to say. I don't even know how I didn't know this game existed earlier. I played Yesterday a few years ago and thought it was awesome but apparently I never paid attention to even know this sequel had come out.

It's really good. I can't repeat that enough. Basically the story is really awesome and interesting. And the puzzles are simple enough that you can complete the game without much trouble. I did have to look up one little thing to get through the game, and there were a few parts where I was stuck for a while but the game is just not bad at all. I highly recommend this one.
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536 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17.08.20 11:30
The story are neat than previous episode but bugs are much more too.
I think this game is good enough to buy when it discounted below 50%.
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Verfasst: 11.08.20 22:28
I grew up with classic point and click adventures and I am really open minded to new approaches, new interfaces and so on but this game's gameplay is a nightmare. It will never make you feel clever for solving the puzzles, because most of the time it's about figuring out how to communicate with this totally weird game engine. There won't be any reward for thinking logically, because even if you have the right idea, you still have to figure out how to do it interface-wise. I was keen to see how the story continues but the gemeplay ruined it for me. Play a demo before you buy and don't even think you'll like this game just because you love Monkey Island.
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2390 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 03.10.20 14:18
[h1] A strong recommendation[/h1]

Didn't play the first game in this series so I didn't really know what to expect. However, my experience with European developed point/click games for the past 15 years has left me with mixed feelings at best, so I was pleasantly surprised by the high level of quality of everything from graphics to puzzles to the story.

Having played a lot of indie developed games in the genre lately, and although they cannot be fairly compared to bigger budget studio games, it's nice to be able to play a game where it isn't obvious that the creators has cut corners or used simpler tools to create the game.

With that said, Yesterday Origins isn't an AAA title and it shows in some areas, but it is the most coherent, well-written and well-designed point/click game I've played since... well since Thimbleweed Park or (the first part of) Broken Age. I found myself being more and more surprised by the dark and serious story the further I got into the game and when the credits rolled I was equally impressed by the depth. It's 'easy' to write a story about different people fighting for control over the 'fountain of youth' but it's much much harder to include reflection on the themes, how different aspects could, or would affect different people and inbetween that build characters beyond the classic stereotypes.

One small but shining example is the comic relief character Boris, a russian driven mad by the tragic loss of his son. In a parallell to the main story, Boris goes from a funny character that pushes the buttons of the female protagonist to actually finding closure, maybe even redemption, regarding his son and – (Spoiler alert)[spoiler]perhaps getting a new shot at being a father as we see in the short scene after the credits roll at the end[/spoiler].

However, even the proverbial sun has its spots and there are some here for sure. Some puzzles are too easy and feel constructed just to extend game time in a scene while a couple of others leave you without a clue on how to proceed. There are not many of either but they do exist. I also experienced some graphic glitches where the talk and examine icons remained on the screen when I switched from character view to main view.

But all in all, it's the best point/click game I've played in a long time and I'll definitely go back and play through previous titles from Péndulo Studios. Yesterday: Origins is a strong recommendation for fans of the genre and maybe also for people looking for well-written stories.
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791 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23.11.20 23:14
Overall, this game features an engaging story, some beautifully drawn backgrounds, and an intriguing interaction and puzzle interface.

Definitely play the first game in the series before this one, because this builds and expands upon the story as half-sequel, half-prequel. As an experience, though, I think this is an overlooked gem well worth the price of admission.
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Verfasst: 20.11.20 00:05
Yesterday Origins is a point and click adventure like Day of the Tentacle and the like. Not as funny tho. You play as an immortal guy who tries to unravel the mystery about his past, together with your girlfriend. The story is not bad, entertaining with a lot of switches to your past, where you see how you became what you are now. The game is pretty hard, because of the lack of tooltips or a game journal. Finding the right spots to interact with often ends in a pixelhunt. So, it's more like a hidden object, point and click with a few animated cutscenes. Putting items together in the wrong order can even cause the game in a softlock state where you're forced to quit the game. Had to play through the game using every item with everything. I faced a lot of dead ends, because I haven't seen a hotspot yet. There are some video guides on youtube, but they contain more commercials than guidance. But it's doable to get through the game in approx. 10-15 hours, without a guide and a lot of patience. Some of the achievements are quite buggy, so you will probably have to play a few scenes/ locations two or three times, to unlock everything. Good luck.
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Verfasst: 12.08.20 23:29
very enjoyable game. detailed engrossing story. beautiful graphics.
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Verfasst: 06.08.21 11:42
[2/10] Controls & Training & Help
[2/10] Menu & Settings
[3/10] Sound & Music
[5/10] Graphics
[5/10] Game Design
[5/10] Game Story
[2/10] Game Content
[5/10] Completion time (level/game)?
[2/10] is it Enjoyable & Fun?
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Verfasst: 05.06.21 00:10
Fun, Quick, and enjoyable. Several twists and turns in the story, but rather predictable if you have played any of these adventure type games. Some puzzles are very difficult to solve, requiring you to find EVERY piece of information before you can proceed, even if you already know what you need to do. Controls are a bit weird, I was using a controller like they recommended, and found it was fighting me most of the time. 7/10 overall
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Verfasst: 25.05.21 20:48
Gave up on the game after 25 mins. Several sound and graphic bugs still make it unplayable
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Release:10.11.2016 Genre: Adventure Entwickler: Pendulo Studios Publisher: Microids Engine:keine Infos Kopierschutz:keine Infos Franchise:keine Infos
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