by ToddVania on Thursday, October 3, 2002
One of Nes's stabs at RPG's, this is a good, engrossing adventure where you're a private eye with a memory problem trying to unravel a mystery after finding yourself in a shit-laden bathroom knocked out on the crapper. This is totally atmospheric to the point where you think you're IN the game, and the graphics, while nothing really moves in the game, are very good. Pick up everything you can, and you should be able to solve it, just remember, you have to get rid of all the evidence that ties you to the crime itself at the end. I liked this one, sometimes I need a break from the intense action ones. I also liked Shadowgate, which is set up the same way with the menu screens and pointers. Someone told me Nintendo had a mouse for these two games, though I've never seen it. 9 out of 10.
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