Juggernaut Reviews (PlayStation)
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Absolute Playstation (Nov, 1999)
If you really enjoy point & click style games you could certainly do worse than Juggernaut. Since you are playing out things in a spiritual world the developers had a lot of lead way with how things could be done. As a spirit you can move through small holes in walls for instance and do things that a physical being cannot. Of course there are also things that you cannot do such as moving solid objects or opening doors and such. To solve this, you have the ability to place your soul into the husk of a body by using a special machine that you will find in the game. The way this is accomplished is pretty gruesome but cool non-the-less. It is a rather clever game that is unfortunately hampered by overly vague puzzles and sub-par graphics but the story is a good one and it plays out nicely.
IGN (Jan 07, 2000)
This type of adventure game isn't for everyone. Interaction is accomplished solely with a cursor, and it's a very relaxed, methodic approach to gaming, that might turn more action-oriented fans off. If you like to think, though, and are looking for what is probably the best console point-and-click adventure game available on the PlayStation, then step right up. Revolution joins Sierra and Lucasarts as one of the finest crafters of adventure games I've seen in recent years, and the fact that it's pulled off so nicely on a console just makes it more rewarding. Beautiful control and voice acting, good animation, and a nicely executed plot all add up to a fun, well-rounded experience.
GameSpot (Sep 22, 1999)
Juggernaut's slow-paced gameplay and bare-bones interactivity make for a lackluster game - one that only patient puzzle fanatics could embrace. For the rest, switch lanes and pass this title up.
Official U.S. PlayStation Magazine (OPM) (Nov, 1999)
Juggernaut commits what may be the worst possible sin for a game with an emphasis on puzzle solving and horror: It's almost totally mindless. In fact, the game is so linear that even the toughest puzzles can be solved eventually through luck. That's a shame, since the story is pretty creepy, and there are all kinds of bizarre plot elements that are quite enjoyable.