The game's manual came with a dossier of several registered "patients" and you are offered a chance near the end of the game to access the main medical computer to find out who you actually are.
I've also heard it said that who you are changes depending on how you play, but I've been unable to verify this as I haven't "tried to do things differently" enough, nor do I always access that computer. It's really easy to miss the required code in-game. Add
Did You Know?
One of the reasons that Bioforge failed to sell well, was because Origin stamped the phrase "Interactive Movie" on the box. At the time of release, Interactive Movie was beginning to be interpreted as a mess of full motion video with no gameplay and, consequently players were turned away from purchasing it once they saw this, despite the fact that Bioforge was more like an "Alone in the Dark" adventure. Add
Did You Know?
Origin originally gave the game a working title of "Interactive Movie 1". In 1994, they distributed an advertising pamphlet along with Ultima VIII: Pagan which included the following blurb for the game:
"You've been kidnapped, brain-wiped, altered to possess phenomenal physical abilities, and marooned in a strange, hostile realm. You have to escape, while learning who you are and discovering what has been done to you and why." Add