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4 stars from CD-ROM Today
A Cinematic Adventure Starring Tim Curry
Between life and death, man and monster, lies the true test of the human heart.
With a crash of lightning, you are reborn to a world of haunted memories and science is pushed beyond the bounds of nature. Your thoughts come slowly, like distant echoes and the mystery of your existence pulls at your mind. An ancient castle of dark secrets and hidden terrors. A strange crystal that glows with life itself. The burning memory of a child long thought dead and a discovery that crosses the boundaries between life and death.
Tim Curry of Rocky Horror Picture Show and Congo fame, stars in this classic monster tale reborn with a wicked twist... you are the monster. From your first waking thoughts, to the crazed ranting of your creator, you will see, hear and experience an adventure like nothing before. Move freely through an amazingly realistic world. Search books and notes for clues to your past. Explore the secrets and science of Frankenstein's lab and experience the dark temptations that lie within the power of creation.
Tim Curry delivers a wondrously complex and richly constructed role as Dr. Frankenstein that will leave you in stitches.
Adventure gaming combines with character interaction and puzzle solving to create a challenging and emotionally driven experience.
An easy-to-use interface that will have gamers of all levels playing in minutes.
The game is state-of-the-art stunning, featuring live actors, digitized speech and extremely realistic 3-D environments. Digitized sound effects are accompanied by stirring music that reflects both situation and setting.
Windows 3.1/95/98: IBM or 100% compatible PC 486DX/33 (486DX2/50 or higher recommended), QuickTime for Windows 2.1.1 or higher (included), 8MB RAM minimum with 560K base memory free, 2x speed CD-ROM drive or faster, 22MB available hard drive space, MPS2 compliant sound card, 1MB SVGA video card, 100% Microsoft compatible mouse, keyboard.
CD-ROM Today, December 1995
"Although the game looks a lot like Myst, with static backdrops and non-animated transitions between locations, there are a couple of key differences. First, the puzzles have a logical reason to exist. The game is helped immensely by this, because the puzzles help advance the plot and don't get in the way of telling a story. Second, you aren't alone in this world - you'll spend plenty of time dealing with Dr. Frankenstein, masterfully played by Tim Curry."
"Overall, Frankenstein is an enjoyable title that's closer to a multimedia experience than to a graphic adventure game. There is plenty of good game play here - it will take even good gamers scores of hours to work through."
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