Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster (1996)

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Brian Narelle ...
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Loved this game!
10 October 2005 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I own, and even still occasionally play, Frankenstein thru the eyes of the monster. I have a demo version of the game that I found on an old CD-ROM Today Magazine CD, and several of the clips are un-cropped for audio, you can actually hear the director give Tim direction in the background. Regardless, this is an amazing title, and I would recommend it to any Myst, Zork, or any scene by scene strategy game player. My favorite moment would have to have been when Tim curry is yelling at you throughout the castle trying to find you, something about his notes (Sorry people, not going to spoil it). You just have to play this game. Very media rich, perhaps not quite as easy to navigate as today's FPS games, however it still has a certain charm that the games of early CD-ROM did.


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