Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster (1996)

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Rebecca Wink ...
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Brian Narelle ...
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A truly brilliant game
8 June 2001 | by (Nowhere) – See all my reviews

I was browsing for games in the sale section, because a) I have little money for entertainment, and b) You can find some real gems in there. Well, seeing Tim Curry, the Almighty God of Acting, I snatched. It came in a two-pack with a game that looked equally interesting, Mummy: Tomb of the Pharoh. While that game was slightly cheesy at moments (though still good), Frankenstein: Through the Eyes of the Monster was nothing less of a masterpiece. Very dark and sometimes amazingly disturbing, my only complaint was that sometimes it got a little too hard, leaving you unsure of where to go. But Curry's performance as the mad man himself was immaculate, nothing less than what you'd expect from him anyway.

Favorite moment: When your character realizes he can find out the last 5 to 10 things a victim said by puncturing the brains in certain places. Really disturbing stuff!


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