Post Mortem is a compelling and engaging game: the plot is interesting from the outset that is when the case is proposed to us and it becomes gradually more stimulating as the skein unravels or gets tangled in front of our eyes. Post Mortem, however, I will say that it is a graphic adventure with a very detective cut, but it would be better to say "thriller": In it you will have to literally investigate a murder, unraveling the skein through reasoning, dialogue, cunning ( even luck, why not?) and partly also through the visions that will sporadically visit poor Guss in the form of short and terrifying frames. As in a novel by Edgar Allan Poe, human intelligence and madness mix with legends and superstitions more real than the air we breathe, until you end up with a complete yet absurd picture of what happened. For a graphic adventure enthusiast, Post Mortem is a great challenge; for a fan of thrillers and thrillers like Edgar Allan Poe it is a game to try absolutely. the music is very atmospheric, disturbing and almost gloomy, particularly suitable for a highly concentrated title such as Post Mortem; the dubbing is also well done. What a joy to listen to the audio in Italian too !!! alas, which is increasingly rare in many games. After Post Mortem I recommend the natural sequel present in the games Still Life and Still Life 2.