Amerzone Pro Reviews
Average Review Score: /10
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|Adventure Classic Gaming||3/5||Jul 02 '09|
|Game Boomers||---||Dec 25 '03|
|Adventure Gamers||4/5||Oct 07 '99|
|Computer Games Online||2/5||Jan 17 '00|
|Electric Games||3/5||Oct 21 '99|
|Game Revolution||B||Oct 12 '99|
|GamesDomain||---||Oct 21 '99|
|Gamespot UK||8/10||Jun 21 '99|
|GameZilla||75/100||Oct 18 '99|
|IGN PC||5.5/10||Dec 01 '99|
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"With the exception of the pixel hunting, marvelous fun!"
"Amerzone is okay for what it is, and if you like a good tough puzzle hunt, the game will challenge you with obscurity and reward you with a lot of interesting graphics. Unfortunately, beyond that, there's little in the game that lets it rise above any of the rest of the fish in the sea of Mystian clones."
"Excellent story, very simple and elegant interface. Inventory does not get out of control, and there are no illogical puzzles or mazes. The game engine is slightly dated. Amerzone is far too short, extremely linear, and a bit too easy."
"Amerzone is a high quality game with a good story, excellent graphics, and a convincing soundtrack. But it's not without its flaws. Although it's better than most other Myst-like games, it still suffers from some of the basic problems, like the occasional confusing puzzle and hard-to-find hot-spots."
"All in all, then, Amerzone is a well presented package, albeit a bit on the short side. The feeling that you're being inexorably dragged through the second half of the game, not to mention a swamp, er... dampens the experience somewhat. But if you're looking for a fun bit of escapism along the lines of a Wilbur Smith novel, then you might want to check it out."