The good thing about everyone from the Renaissance being dead is that they won’t mind if we muck about with their paintings. And by ‘we’ I mean Joe Richardson, and by ‘Joe Richardson’ I mean the guy that made Four Last Things, a sumptuous adventure game made out of Renaissance-era art, cut up and sutured back together. Joe’s just released a follow-up in the form of The Procession to Calvary, and it looks just as gorgeous, just as silly as its predecessor: as if Terry Gilliam’s cut-up animation had been updated in HD, and turned into a game.

What’s this latest game about? Well, pointing and clicking, chatting and item-wrangling. But also:

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