Flashback - The Quest for Identity ENGLISH (GENESIS)


Flashback: The Quest for Identity es un videojuego creado por la compañía Delphine Software (ya desaparecida) en 1992 con la colaboración de US Gold y KL Producciones - Kevlar Danger-Kevin Lang .



 Se trata de una aventura de acción, o aventura de plataformas.


Argumento

El protagonista es un joven estudiante que, durante la realización de su tesis, se percata de la presencia de extraterrestres en la Tierra. El tiempo en que transcurre la historia es el futuro.
La aventura comienza con la fuga del protagonista, Conrad, de una cárcel donde está retenido. Conrad se apodera de una moto voladora y huye hasta un planeta donde es derribado. Durante el juego es necesario recopilar pistas que acerca de la identidad y el pasado de Conrad.
El juego se creó para varias plataformas, incluyendo las consolas Sega Mega Drive, Sega Mega CD, Panasonic 3DO, Philips CD-I, Atari Jaguar y la Super Nintendo, además de existir una versiones para Commodore Amiga, PC, Macintosh, FM Towns y PC98 series.

JUGAR:



Flashback, released as Flashback: The Quest for Identity in the United States, is a 1992 science fiction cinematic platform game developed by Delphine Software of France and published by U.S. Gold in United States and Europe, and Sunsoft in Japan. The game was directed, written/designed and partially programmed by Paul Cuisset, who had previously created the adventure game Future Wars. Flashback was initially released for the Amiga in 1992, although originally created for the Mega Drive/Genesis,[1] and then ported to MS-DOS, Acorn Archimedes and Super NES in 1993 - at which time the Sega Mega Drive/Genesis version was also released. CD-ROM versions of Flashback for the Sega CD, 3DO, CD-i, MS-DOS, Apple Macintosh and the FM Towns were released during 1994 and 1995, together with a cartridge version for the Atari Jaguar in 1995. Originally advertised as a "CD-ROM game on a cartridge", the game features fully hand-drawn backdrops and all animation is rotoscoped, giving movements an unusual fluidity, similar to that of the earlier Prince of Persia. The capture technique of Flashback was invented independently of Prince of Persia, and used a more complicated method of first tracing video images onto transparencies. The game was a commercial and critical success and was listed in the Guinness World Records as the best-selling French game of all time. It was followed by a sequel titled Fade to Black in 1995. In 2013, a Flashback remake by VectorCell was released for the PC and consoles.

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