This Review was Frelanced by Johnathan Sawyer; you can find his other work here.
n 2012, Zeboyd Games picked up what was thought to be a dead series with Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness, and with it, brought life back into it with the release of Episode 3. The risk seemed great into changing it into a classic console-style RPG, but it wound up being a major improvement over the two previous games. While the game itself was a blast, missing story elements and other needed improvements prompted a little to be desired.
But here we are in 2013 with the release of Episode 4. it takes every aspect of Episode 3 and either corrects or improves upon any issues that one would have seen in the last episode, and definitely leaves all of your senses smiling (you know, if they had mouths).