|An amazing game that went way under the radar. To bad no one could appreciate it's awesomeness (or afford a 3DO).||Alex Misiti (104)|
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3DO Magazine (UK) (May, 1996)
Whilst the plot-line isn't as unsettling or risque as it promises, there's no doubt that SnowJob is a thoroughly absorbing, original title. The 360° wraparound locations, which can be zoomed and panned at will are breathtaking. There's a breathtaking array of surveillance equipment to utilise, computers to hack into and even a game of Break Out to play with. Strip-joints, arcades and bars provide a sleazy backdrop for your adventure, while Tracy Scoggins is truly excellent is Assistant DA and lust object Laura Calabreze. Recommended for adventurers open to something a little different.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games (Oct 31, 2004)
I'd recommend seeking this one out! It's a solid game that will keep your attention for awhile, even if it doesn't have enough Tracy Scoggins for my tastes.
Defunct Games (Feb 17, 2007)
On the whole, Snow Job isn't a bad game. There was, at least, an attempt to take FMV to a higher level by adding a point and click adventure, but it's been done elsewhere and better. That's not to say it wouldn't be worth your time. The puzzles, while sometimes inexplicable, can be challenging. If you're a 3DO owner, give it a try! I give Tracy, what else, a 69%. It's chest-lickin' good.
Electric Playground (Jul 20, 1996)
Snow Job is a game too mature, too repetitive and too irritating for just about everyone.