Police Quest Open Season (PC, CD-ROM) Sierra - 1993 USA, Canada Release (OEM)
Police Quest Open Season
|Country of Origin||United States of America|
Description from the packaging.
The first body was found in an alley at 3 a.m., the naked torso tortured and mutilated. Just another body in another alley on another morning in the City of Angels... but this one is more than a statistic to you. He's your best friend.
Someone's on a killing spree, and it's up to you to solve a string of seemingly random murders. Some clues may bring you closer to the killer. Some leads down blind alleys. You must find the killer before he strikes again. Play it by the book and you might just stay alive. Make a mistake and you could be the next victim.
Created by the nation's most experienced cop.
Retired Police Chief Daryl F Gates' highly acclaimed police drama Police Quest: Open Season hits the streets in this awesome multimedia CD. This interactive drama lets you taste firsthand the life of a cop in America's toughest city. High-resolution photography, stereo sound, and thrilling arcade sequences make this the most intense adventure game ever created. Track a criminal through the streets of LA. and pray you find him before he finds you.
Designed especially for multimedia CD.
Filmed on location in Los Angeles and other urban areas, Police Quest: Open Season CD uses state-of-the-art digital photography to create an intense interactive crime drama. Special CD features include exciting arcade sequences, a professional cast speaking over 10,000 lines of dialogue, and a "Making of Police Quest: Open Season" video. Because of the depth of play and the mature subject matter, this game is not recommended for younger players.
This multimedia CD includes:
- State-of-the-art voice and music!
- Stunning high-resolution photography.
- Exciting arcade sequences.
- The Making of Police Quest: Open Season video.
WARNING: This game contains adult subject matter. Parental guidance suggested.
PC MS-DOS 5.0
PC Windows 3.1
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