Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey is a murder mystery set in the Victorian era, fit with the whimsy and darkness of the time. You play as Fey the dog, fully capable of communicating and reasoning as a human might. Along with your owner Du Lac, the goal is to bring a recent string of terror to a halt. Can you do it?

I first became interested in Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey after watching trailers and seeing hints of being able to play a dog as the main character. Without a moment to spare, you're introduced to Fey and Du Lac as they go back and forth like old mates; the voice acting is exceptionally done and truly fits the characters without any other contextual clues to round out personalities.

There's a long way to go to polish Dance of Death, but the potential of this gripping tale is massive. The graphics, built in Unity, look somewhat reminiscent of Sims 3--sharp edges and clipping...the concepts coming through beautifully, but rough around the edges. The animations have a bit of work to go too--April being the release date for Dance of Death, I have high hopes for these kinks to be ironed out with time. The backgrounds look lush though, highly suspecting a bit of traditionally drawn art painting the setting around.

The story is already pulling me into play and with great sound, both from the voice acting and soundtrack, I'm very excited to play through the final game. Not to mention as a little reminder--you get to play as Fey the dog! My prediction for the release is that Dance of Death: Du Lac & Fey will be an interesting, immersive tale--one to really take you on a journey and get your mind working.