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TurboPlay (Jun, 1991)
What I really liked about the game was the overall game play. Since certain things are revealed when you make a correct move, you'll really have to keep track of who said what and occasionally backtrack to see if something new can be brought to surface. The key to why this game and storyline were so well connected. There are no holes in this one. All the questions and answers, the leads and the red herrings blend in well together.
Few games in the video game market are so outstanding that they would prompt you to buy a particular system - the Super Mario Bros. series for the NES, the Thunder Force and Phantasy Star lines for the Genesis or Bonk's Adventure for the TG-16 come to mind. I think you can safely add J.B Harold Murder Club to that list of games.
Génération 4 (Feb, 1991)
La musique qui accompagne ce jeu est superbe et vous plonge tout de suite dans l'atmosphère du jeu. Le graphisme, lui, est un mélange de dessins et de digitalisations. A cela, il faut ajouter la possibilité d'entendre tous les dialogues, soit en anglais, soit en japonais, avec bien sûr la qualité du CD Rom puisque ce jeu est destiné uniquement aux heureux possesseurs de ce périphérique. Voilà encore un jeu qui nous change des éternels jeux de tir qui sont bien souvent trop répétitifs.
Dragon (Dec, 1991)
This is a great game for mystery fans, though the audio tracks used when talking to people take a few seconds to load and can become tedious. Thankfully, this feature can be turned off so only text is viewed instead.
This sucker uses 50-odd hours of playing time and plenty of brainstorming before you can come close to solving the crime!