The Journeyman Project: Turbo! Ad Blurbs (Macintosh)
Advertising BlurbsBack of Jewel Case - (Mac/DOS)(US):
Select your destination, secure loose objects, and prepare yourself for the most intense interactive ride of your life! Now more than 300% faster than the original, The Journeyman Project Turbo represents the next generation of digital entertainment. Over 400 megabytes of incredible 3D images, animation, video, music, and games will transport you to a chillingly realistic future world where technology reigns supreme, and history is as fragile as a memory.
- Photorealistic 3D worlds which the player can fully explore
- A branching storyline as sophisticated as any feature film
- Integrated arcade and mind games to challenge any player
- Over 30 minutes of digital video shot with professional actors
- An intuitive interface featuring easy to-use inventory and movement controls, helpful information windows and a multifunctional slide-up screen
Contributed by Zeppin (8470) on May 29, 2009.
Company Line (from back of box):
You walk hesitantly down the poorly lit corridor.
This could be the end of me you think. It could all end right here and humanity would suffer for a thousand generations because of my failure.
As you reach the corner, you are faced with a weighty decision: risk your life in defense of all that man has achieved in the past several hundred years or turn safely back to a future marred in ways that only you will ever know.
You turn and suddenly, you are caught frozen in the steely gaze of your worst nightmare, a seven foot tall alloy beast with only one purpose and no heart.
And only you are standing in its way...
The year is 2318.
The unified world is finally at peace.
But now, what took centuries to achieve could be instantly unraveled by the power of time travel.
You are a member of the Temporal Protectorate, an elite group of agents whose sole purpose is to safeguard history from sabotage. It is during your usual shift at the Temporal Security Annex when the warning alarms suddenly sound. A rip has been detected in the fabric of time. Only moments remain until the continuum is changed forever.
Your objective--jump back in time and prevent the corruption from ever happening!
Contributed by Mickey Gabel (379) on Jan 28, 2000.