Heart of Darkness (PlayStation, 1998)
The search for a missing dog leads to an otherworldly adventure in Interplay's Heart of Darkness. Help a boy named Andy rescue his... Read More
The search for a missing dog leads to an otherworldly adventure in Interplay's Heart of Darkness. Help a boy named Andy rescue his pilfered pooch, Whiskey, by navigating a surreal land ruled by the Master of Darkness. Viewed from a horizontal perspective, the game involves confronting shadow-like enemies and solving puzzles while exploring eight worlds spanning 176 locations. Andy can run, jump, climb, swim, and even swing to reach new areas. Andy will also be able to acquire magic powers and a plasma cannon at certain points, allowing him to shoot his foes from any direction. Developed by the team behind Flashback and Out of This World, Heart of Darkness features an orchestral soundtrack performed by the London Symphony and over 50 minutes of cinematic cut-scenes. Minimize
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2 Reviews from Epinions.com
Sep 1, 2001
Do You Know What Your Kids Do When Left Alone WriteOff: they build a spaceship!
Pros: Excellent graphics and animation, fiendish puzzles
Cons: Gets really frustrating at times, not a very long game
A combination of relentless action, brain-twisting puzzles, a decent storyline and visually stunning film fragments, make Heart of Darkness an excellent game. Read More at Epinions.com
Jan 10, 2004
Can you defeat the Master of Darkness?
Pros: It is very cheap.
Cons: The graphics are not too good, but this is because it's quite an old game.
Not a modern game,but for its age,its graphics and gameplay are not bad. However, you can afford it with lose change from your pocket nowadays, so you might as well. Read More at Epinions.com