How come one of the finest groups dedicated to putting out high-quality role playing games went under? We will probably never know. But the legacy they've left behind will linger in all the minds of the people who've played their games. One of them was Neuromancer, a wonderful adaptation of the William Gibson novel. Ranging from the gritty Chiba city to the wonders of the orbital city, it manages to bring you into Wiilam Gibson's most celebrated world. It's true to the book, yet offers just enough outside spin to grab your attention. The graphics, whlist outdated now, were magical in 1988, especially on the Commodore C=64. If you're looking for what an interactive adaptation of a novel should be, look for the 1988 classic "Neuromancer".
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