Quantum Gate (PC, CD-ROM) Media Vision - 1993 USA, Canada Release
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The saga begins with no one dreams here.
The year is 2057. The Earth has only five years to live. As Drew Griffin, a young medical student running from a tragic past, you are stationed on Planet AJ3905. Your assignment: protecting the mining outpost which harvests the mineral capable of reversing Earth's environmental death. AJ3905's toxic atmosphere and its terrifying population of huge insects are deadly. How you interact decides the fate of both worlds.
You interact with characters all over the base. Attend a briefing with Colonel Saunders, your superior officer. Spy on Michaels, your friend from boot camp-is he a subversive, or does he hold the key to the base's secrets? Meet Dr. Elizabeth Marks, creator of the Quantum Gate. Take part in a dangerous rescue mission on a flying Skivver, and fight the Bugs in a battle using your Virtual Reality battle gear. Interact with the MiliTerm, your only tie to the news on Earth, and to the past you cannot escape. Navigate through the base, uncovering clues which will eventually lead you to the film's shattering climax.
As Drew, the central character, you pilot both interactive and arcade-style action scenarios. Explore a detail-filled virtual environment, interacting with real people, choosing where Drew goes, what he says, who he sees and how he fights. VirtualCinema makes you the main character in this full-length interactive film, presented in cinematic, full-motion video with CD-quality sound.
You are the movie.
- Over two hours of full-motion video.
- Full 360 degree fluid animation.
- A giant leap forward in interactive storytelling!
- A stunning, realistic, navigable environment creates the VirtualCinema atmosphere.
- How you interact decides the fate of two worlds.
- Thirty professional actors, working with you, tell an exciting, fast-paced story!
PC Windows 3.1
|Req. Hard Drive||10MB Free|
|Supported Video||SVGA 256 Color|