‘The Procession to Calvary’ iOS Review: Killing of a Sacred Dick

The Procession to Calvary By: Joe Richardson Games When I reviewed Joe Richardson's point-and-click adventure, Four Last Things, back in 2018, I had tons of praise for it and stressed that I would love to see another game from the developer made in the same style, using Renaissance paintings for all the artwork. That wish was fulfilled this year with the release of a spiritual sequel called The Procession to Calvary, named…

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The Procession to Calvary: Walkthrough Guide

The Procession to Calvary By: Joe Richardson Games The Procession to Calvary is a point-and-click adventure that's a spiritual successor to Four Last Things. You play as a warrior who is disappointed that the holy war is over and you can't kill anyone anymore. But you get permission to kill Heavenly Peter and set off on a crazy quest to do so. This walkthrough guide should help you if you get stuck…

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‘Four Last Things’ iOS Review: Oh My Bosch!

Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson If you ever thought, "why isn't there a point-and-click adventure built out of old Renaissance paintings," you might be happy to learn that there is indeed a point-and-click adventure built out of old Renaissance paintings. Joe Richardson's aptly named Four Last Things has been out on PC since last year, but mostly went ignored by me because I hate those dirty, disgusting things. So I was…

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‘Four Last Things’ is the Point-and-Click Adventure I Never Knew I Needed

Four Last Things By: Joe Richardson I've been a big fan of Hieronymus Bosch's The Garden of Earthly Delights painting -- specifically the Hell part -- for quite some time now. I even have a big book of his artwork so I could look at it whenever I want. One of the things I love about it is that there's so many little details. You could probably stare at it for years…

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