You play a character called Bjorn Thonen, an antique dealer who lives in Paris who is robbed one hot July night after coming home on the tipsy side. A late night phone call tries to warn him of how much danger he is set to be in, but Bjorn is too drunk to care and falls back to sleep once the call is over. Later that night he is woken up by someone in his apartment only for them to knock him out cold until the next morning. Upon waking up the next day, he notices certain items have gone missing and with a useless local police force, you start to do your own detective work to find out who and why these people robbed you.
Overall: While the game is a point & click adventure, it can feel at times to throw a bit too much information at you via text, what with the game having zero voice over work put into it. There was a certain part later in the game where I felt like I was just reading text explaining the story to me for what felt like a good ten minutes, with me getting more and more bored of just pressing the A button as it just went on and on and one. It's been enjoyable to a degree, but I have reached a point now where I feel the simple story has started going on for way too long. For people who have enjoyed games like this is the past, Demetrios offers up everything you expect from a game in this genre. So you guys might get a bit more out of it.
Hunting out hidden game over screens and cookies
Did raise a smile on my face every now and then
The funfair and its fun little minigames (which can also be unlocked in the extras menu)
Story drags on for too long
The noise used for someone being sick gets annoying after hearing it what feels like every 15 minutes
Quests never seem to differ, just the items you need to find.