Fahrenheit Reviews (SEGA CD)

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Sega-16.com (Sep 25, 2008)
There are not many games where you play as a fireman, but this is probably one of the few that Sega has done. I know there are some firemen games on Playstation 2, Xbox or any other new console and most of them are pretty bad, but this one is actually playable. You can enjoy it, and it's not impossible without cheating. So if you just want to play the game, buy the U.S. version, as the European and Japanese versions are very, very hard to find. But if you see this one at a flea market for a good price, go for it!
GamePro (US) (Jun, 1995)
If you're looking for an intriguing good time, look to Fahrenheit. It's increasingly tense strategy scenarios and top-notch sounds and graphics make it a four alarm game. Fahrenheit cooks.
Mega Play Magazine (Jun, 1995)
Fahrenheit gives everyone a chance to feel what it's like to be a firefighter. The video quality is improving these days and more options are available to you, but there really isn't much replay value here.
Just Games Retro (Jan 17, 2003)
The developers of this game have really found something that works, and they mostly accomplish what they've set out to do - create an engaging and immersing interactive experience in a world you're not likely to see (unless you professionally fight fires). If you can find it, and want to try an interactive movie that won't make you bow your head in shame, this is a good one to try.
Your thumb won't get sore from playing and you may be mildly entertained, but there's no heat here. Fahrenheit just fizzles. If you're looking for a good FMV game, pick up Corpse Killer from Digital Pictures, the story is excellent and you get to shoot zombies. 'Nuff said.
Mega Fun (Oct, 1995)
Habt Ihr die ersten Schritte in das Flammenmeer getan, wird die eigentliche Gefahr von Fahrenheit recht schnell deutlich: nicht mit der roten Glut gilt es fertig zu werden, sondern mit dem superkonfusen Spielprinzip. Stürmt Ihr in einen Raum, werft Ihr zunächst einen Blick in die Runde und könnt dann In eine Richtung laufen. Leider verliert Ihr aber allzu leicht den Überblick, da Euer Hero, wenn Ihr zu lange braucht, von alleine oder in die falsche Richtung losrennt. Ich kann jedem nur raten, Fahrenheit links liegen zu lassen. Ihr verbrennt Euch sonst nur die Finger!