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  • Summary: London, 1888: The people of Whitechapel live under the ghastly shadow of Jack the Ripper, tempting Arthurian legends - Du Lac & Fey - back to English shores to intervene. Will they stop Jack before more blood is spilt on the cobbled streets? Victorian London awaits you...
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  1. 55
    While its mixture of Arthurian legend and the more flesh and blood trail of destruction left by Jack the Ripper is a great hook, Du Lac and Fey: Dance of Death’s technical misfires prevent it from being something more meaningful.
  2. Jan 27, 2023
    50
    It manages to strike a unique tone by blending Arthurian legends with the mystery of the Jack The Ripper murders, but Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey struggles to stand out due to a lack of thought provoking puzzles, painfully slow movement speed and a lack of polish.