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SummaryGood private investigator game.
The GoodI first saw this game at sams club I believe in 1995, basically they sold these packages with 30 games for like 30 bucks, real bargain. I tried Blue Force and it looked like an interesting game, reminded me of police quest slightly. I thought the graphics were very good for it's time, the game felt like real people opposed to Sierra and Lucas Arts having more cartoony games. All characters were digitally scanned. I thought the story was interesting as Jake did the job his father had done his whole life busting criminals and getting punks off the street. I liked the environments and thought the music was catchy though some may disagree.
The BadI had the CD-Version, it had some better music but I was hoping it would have speech in the game unfortunately for some reason they didn't, possibly to cut costs. I had wished there were more areas to go in the game and that it were a bit longer, maybe allow you to arrest more people as all the criminals in the game are related in one conspiracy which I thought made somewhat of a bad storyline, I think the only guy not involved in the conspiracy is a drunk you bust.