The graphics are beautiful and superb lighting effects add to the atmosphere. The only downfall here is that some areas of the game are so dark that it is easy to miss a major clue. The puzzles are of the safecracking variety. You can gain clues by scanning or photographing artifacts and museum exhibits into your PDA.
Navigation of the Tower's multiple rooms and levels are done primarily through the London sewers. Unfortunately this crudely conceived, imbecilic, and tedious transportation system mars enjoyment of the game. The lighting in the sewers is so dim and the textures are so similar that navigation is near impossible.
Traitor's Gate claims to have 1200 paths, but there is only one winning avenue. While it is an interesting mix of the strategy and puzzle genres, a few obscure puzzles and a dry presentation hinder Traitor's Gate from being a true classic.
|Average Rating:||7.09 [31 votes]|
|Software Copyright:||Daydream Entertainment|
|Theme:||Mystery, Organized Forces, Epic|
|Related Links:||Official site , Games Domain review|
|More Info:||Mobygames | The Web|
|System Requirements:||Windows 95/98|
|If you like this game, try:||Chronomaster, Alien Virus|
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