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Virtuoso (3DO)

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Fight all sorts of virtual enemies as Our Hero, a rock star. Your shotgun is your only friend as you travel from world to world fighting enemies in 3rd-person 3D.


Virtuoso 3DO Front shot of our rocker stud.
Virtuoso 3DO Sometimes you just gotta walk around Mars in your leather.
Virtuoso 3DO Marine level. Starts on a beach.
Virtuoso 3DO A giant walking snowman enemy. Cause that's metal.

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The Press Says

GamePro (US) Aug, 1995 2.5 out of 5 50
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM) Jul, 1995 4 out of 10 40
MAN!AC 1994 35 out of 100 35
GamesCollection Mar 23, 2008 2 out of 10 20
Defunct Games Feb 18, 2006 5 out of 100 5


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The redbook audio portion of the CD that provides the background music was poorly mastered. The audio audibly clips in loud passages of the music. It is played by the indie rock band Thai Died Suicide.


The former editor Florian Stangl from the no longer existing German gaming magazine PC Player looked incredibly like the hero of Virtuoso. The magazine featured monthly humorous sketch videos, called the "Multimedia Leserbriefe", on their cover CDs and this inevitably led to the creation of the Stanglnator, played by Florian Stangl. His appearances mostly involved killing people with his guitar.

Some examples and background info can be found on (German).

Information also contributed by Trixter.
Multimedia Mike (17464) added Virtuoso (3DO) on Aug 28, 2005
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