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Psychonauts made me laugh, shiver, furrow my brow in bafflement, and then laugh some more. I lost hours playing late into the night, eager to get just a little further. Like its psychic protagonist, this game will get into your head in the best possible way.
Inside Mac Games (IMG)
So, what do you want from a computer game? If you want to enjoy unusual environments, bounce around collecting figments of someone's imagination, and discover who is turning your fellow campmates into brainless morons, this is the game for you. If you want a sci-fi epic or role-playing experience, this may be a bit further from your tastes. Still, you should give it a try, as Psychonauts is an excellent platformer and one of the best games released during its year. It's just a shame it didn't arrive on the Mac sooner.
Hilarious and utterly charming in turns, this cult adventure is still well worth exploring—though some hang-ups muddle the experience a bit.