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Voyeur (CD-i)

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MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
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100
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
Voyeur may be the greatest full-motion mystery video game ever! Starring Robert Culp and Grace Zabriskie (Twin Peaks). A must-play for CD-i owners. Contains intense sex and violence and is not for kids. (Doesn't that make you want to play it more?!).
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The Video Game Critic
Robert Culp (wow, a legitimate actor!) does a fine job of portraying Reed Hawke, but some of the supporting cast performances are downright laughable. For a FMV game, Voyeur is not half bad. It's not the kind of game you'd want your wife to walk in on you while playing, but it's certainly entertaining enough.
74
Power Unlimited
Voyeur klinkt interessanter dan het echt is. Zo prijkt er een rood omcirceld 18 op de doos, terwijl het spel niet verder komt dan een enkele flauwe suggestie. Het spel is vooral een nogal tragische B-nonsens soap.
69
Defunct Games
For a full-motion-video title, Voyeur does what it does rather well, but like most FMV games, it demonstrates that films and video games should remain two separate mediums ... at least for now.
60
The CD-i Collective
Wrapping it up, this one is great fun. An involving story and a great, constantly changing, mystery to boot. The use of adult themes & erotic material deffinitly makes this game only for the adults, but its not the primary focus of the game. I liked it since it added a touch of realism strangely lacking in other such games. If you're looking for a good game, with lots of suspense & intrigue, look no further... if you're looking for a dirty movie with lots of "action" look elsewhere.
50
Edge
Since your position is never more than that of an observer – hence the title – there’s no real way to influence the action, and therefore no proper or involving sense of interactivity. While enjoyable for a while, and laudable in its aspirations, Voyeur is ultimately an extremely shallow and rather disappointing experience.