Fakespot Adjusted Percentages 
76% Positive24% Negative
Steam Percentages
79% Positive21% Negative

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Overview
  • How are reviewers describing this item?
    choice, different, good, own and far.
  • The average player level for the reviewers of this game is 17.2.
  • The average games owned by the reviewers of this game is 196.5.
  • The game has been played an average of 6.8 hours.
  • This product had a total of 112 reviews as of our last analysis date on Apr 2 2020.
Details

BETA

Most positive reviewquestion

This is a very fun and immersive story game. I quite like the characters and the story is so far is very enjoyable. Very well done!

Least positive reviewquestion

While I've enjoyed other stories from Choice of Games, Diabolical is rather weak in comparison. The setting and characters are ...  Read More

Most authentic reviewquestion

Diabolical is an interesting game. The first time i played i found it very amusing. The reason i can't recomend it is because t...  Read More

Least authentic reviewquestion

Not enough review data to provide meaningful insight.


Helpful Insights

BETA

    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    This game has the exact same problem that almost every other game of this type has.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Your choices do not matter.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    The story it tells is a charming one, and i enjoyed my first playthrough a lot, but this game has no excuse for its railroading.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Telltale games have their excuse, those being that they can only program so many different outcomes for the budget they have, but this game is made up of pure text.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    The reason i can't recomend it is because the game makes you think that your choices matter when they really don't.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    In all "choice of games" games there is a certain level of railroading, in some instances it's almost unnoticable and not to much of a problem.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    However in diabolical it goes way too far.


    Posted by a reviewer on Steam

    Most main character will survive untill the final act no matter what you do, making your choice irrelevant.

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