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Si vous ne connaissez pas Cobra, peut-être aimerez-vous ce jeu, mais vous ne l'apprécierez pas à sa juste valeur. Les scènes animées sont nombreuses, et relancent grandement l'intérêt! Un genre original, qui en dépaysera plus d'un mais qui reste, à mon avis, à réserver aux amateurs de jeux de rôles.
So if you're a patient Sega CD owner who wants to be exposed to a great, epic science fiction story, you know what to do. Buy The Space Adventure.
When it all comes down to deciding whether or not Space Adventure deserves a place on the shelf, two important factors must be considered. First, it’s a graphical adventure, which means it’s slow-paced and linear. Second, it’ s outrageously expensive. A complete and minty copy (like mine, ha ha!) can fetch over $100. If these two faults can be balanced out against the great story, characters, and cut scenes, then there’s another title to feed to hungry Sega CDs. One simply has to evaluate just how pressing the need to play a game like this really is, especially when there are better examples of this type on the system for the same or less money.
For most of it's running time, The Space Adventure plays like a lame episode of Star Blazers with the odd butt cheek on display. There's no animation to speak of, it sounds like at most two actors were hired to do all the voices and the action has practically no challenge or structure at all. Avoid this like the clap.
Leave this Space Adventure and hook up with a better text adventure, like Snatcher or Rise of the Dragon.