Presentable Liberty is an outstanding, light-hearted first person game that you must fight off against a group of kidnappers who have taken you as a cargo and demanded money for their release. The kidnappers are demanding ten million dollars in cash from your inheritance, and only you stand a chance of getting it. In Presentable Liberty you play the role of an ordinary, freely-moving prisoner in a medium-sized prison. There are no real enemies to face, just other prisoners that you must fight and kill to progress further into the facility. No one else appears to be around, and even your only link with the outside world is an occasional serious of handwritten notes left behind by other inmates. Your only goal is to earn the money to get out of the place and return home.
Presentable Liberty is created by four independent studios - Kite & Lightning, PlayJunction, Coin Studio and Big Fish Games, all of which worked together to create this brilliant game for you to enjoy on PC. While each individual studio takes credit for creating their own individual versions of the game, the combination of Kite & Lightning and PlayJunction creates a cohesive experience that anyone can enjoy online. Not only does Presentable Liberty have its very own unique graphical style that is truly impressive, but it also includes many other features that the other two games don't have. For example, most of the characters you meet in the game have personality traits that make you feel like they are real people, instead of just computer generated objects. It's a breath of fresh air when you land on the wrong island, or when a character makes an error of judgment.
Sierra Entertainment has developed a reputation for producing really good role-playing games, such as the award winning Manhunt, but Presentable Liberty takes this to a new level. Each character in the game has a set of unique characteristics that you'll come to recognize and enjoy as you play, making each experience unique from the last. For example, the "newcomer" character Alex, has a voice that you'll immediately fall in love with thanks to the simple but sweet manner in which he speaks. Every line of his dialogue is animated, which makes the characters sound natural and relatable. With all of the above features, I have to hand it to Sierra Entertainment for another winner - this game is a must-have for all RPG fans who are looking to expand the scope and range of their gameplay.