Written by  :  xofdre (82)
Written on  :  Dec 11, 2002
Platform  :  DOS

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Infocom's underrated treasure

The Good

This game doesn't attempt to boggle your mind with puzzles, that's not what the game is about. This game puts you into an interactive world that changes through the ages. The plot is magnificent; you are PRISM, the world's first sentient computer who is instructed to see if the President's Plan For Renewed National Purpose is a worthy cause, to bring the nation out of a state of chaos.

The Bad

I really liked this game, but if I had to complain, it'd be about the lack of mentioning the "record" function in the manual, it confused me a bit.

The Bottom Line

My favourite Infocom game ever, and an infinitely replayable game.