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SummaryThe best of French artistic videogames, the same artists from Captain Blood
The Goodbasically almost everything.
Visually it's one of the most impressive games of 1990 (till this day).
The speech synchronization is perfect, better than many modern animations.
It's a perfect combination of RPG, strategy and interactive cinema, emphasizing on the experience of the player when rolling Frank Herbert's Dune.
The BadIt would be very great not to stop here and see the adaptations from the next Frank Herbert Dune's novels.
The CD version is as good as the DOS version if not better, but when you finish the game you simply continue to want more.
The end could have been more juicy.
The Bottom LineIt's unequivocally a mark in the history of video games, specially by its aesthetics.
It's a mark for retro and indie games as it represents graphically and aesthetically the best of Amiga and PC genre, specially emancipating the last one.
It deserves a special remake.