Diabolik: The Original Sin review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Diabolik: The Original Sin from Artematica and Black Bean Games for the Nintendo DS. Diabolik was released for several consoles in 2009, but we have no idea if any of those versions made their way to the States. This is actually a PAL version, which we found lying around the office earlier today. We have no idea why we have this. Based on a comic book series from the 1960s, The Original Sin is a point and click adventure. Unfortunately, it's also a minigame collection in the sense that everything actually you do requires playing one. You get to sneak around and tap things to progress, but anytime something needs done, you go straight to a minigame. Need a knock out a guard? Open a door? Climb a fence? Minigame city. And there's nothing necessarily wrong with minigames, but these minigames are a different story. This video review features video gameplay footage of Diabolik: The Original Sin for the Nintendo DS and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
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