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Game Over Online (Jun 05, 1998)
This game is really fun, except I don't see a place or menu where you can change difficulty levels. Even though it's pretty easy, it's still fun and addictive. I read the readme.txt that came with this game and it said it only contains 3 levels; that's a shame, this game should've been much longer. Also this game really compressed badly; it's 71 disks and it only uncompresses to 100mb.
Meristation (Jun 13, 1999)
El modo de funcionamiento es sencillo, ya que sólo necesitamos el ratón. El cursor se convierte en flechas para movernos, manos para manipular, un bocadillo para hablar y un puntero láser en las fases de acción para disparar. Para realizar la acción, basta con pulsar con el botón del ratón. Como ya ha quedado dicho, el juego se termina en muy poco tiempo y la libertad de movimiento es casi nula. Además, la rejugabilidad es muy baja, porque el desarrollo de la acción es lineal y único, y no podemos cambiar el nivel de dificultad.
Ara NGC 6397 is rather a mixed bag when it comes down to it. It's one of the first titles that I've come across that mixes shooting and action along with an adventure, and it was fun to say the least, but the gameplay and story was way too short, as it only took me a day to complete this title with out much of an effort. If the developers had tacked on about six to ten more levels to this game, then this would of been a definite recommendation. If you plan to spend all day on one game, and if action/adventure is your favorite type of genre of choice, then you can order Ara NGC 6397 directly from H+A.