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DescriptionMajestic is an espionage thriller which must be downloaded over the Internet, casting you as the central figure in a government conspiracy. It is up to you to find clues and find out the truth.
The game is not a program in itself. It has no special effects, no multiplayer, nothing you'd expect in a usual game. Instead, it uses e-mail, telephone, fax, and AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) to contact you. You might receive a phone call at 3:00 AM about a contact. The game also gives you clues over the 'Net via video, audio, and websites designed specifically for the game.
There are no Windows screenshots for this game.
Part of the Following Groups
|The game is perfect; almost.||JPaterson (9120)|
|Great idea, horrible HORRIBLE execution||Andrew Livingston (3)|
|GamesFirst!||Sep 09, 2001||100|
|Gamezilla||Aug 13, 2001||92 out of 100||92|
|GameSpy||Nov 29, 2001||81 out of 100||81|
|IGN||Aug 17, 2001||7.5 out of 10||75|
|ESC Magazine||Aug 07, 2001||7 out of 10||70|
|Computer Games Magazine||Nov 28, 2001||40|
|Computer Gaming World (CGW)||Dec, 2001||30|
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ShutdownBecause Majestic linked to relevant real-world news articles to fuel players' imaginations, Electronic Arts temporarily suspended the game following the September 11th terrorist attacks. It was permanently cancelled in in April 2002.
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Related Web Sites
- Interview with Istvan Pely, creator of Majestic (by Just Adventure's Craig White, Aug. 29, 1998.)
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