Burn:Cycle is a 1994 CD-i title that encompasses puzzle play and 3D graphics with live action footage, and it considered more of an interactive movie. You play Sol Cutter, a small-time data thief whose latest steal at the beginning of the game comes with a nasty sting. The Burn:Cycle virus has been implanted in his head and has given him a two-hour realtime deadline to find a cure before his brain deteriorates completely. You must guide Sol out of Softech and into the Televerse in order to find his cure. The very interesting story line if followed by equally interesting gameplay. The live actors that are in the game do their job very convincingly. There are a lot of puzzles involved that are original and challenging, but not too hard. The very important thing is that you have 2 hours to complete the game or you lose. Fortunately, you can get extensions of time freeze if you need it badly. The game is pretty original and interesting for a sci fi game and has very convincing and detailed 3D graphics, with also a great camera view . The music and sound effects of the game are also of high quality and very appropriate for the game at hand. All in all, we get a good sci fi game with an extremely interesting plot (similar to Neuromancer) which will give you the urge to continue playing and see what's next. Also, the fact that the game is time limited gives you extra challenge. Recommended!
(0 liked this review, 0 don't)written by HrvojeC
Challenging and fun
I got this game when I was around 10. I had to get the Phillips CD-I . at that time there was no Playstation nothing like that . When I finally tracked it down and got Burn cycle It was worth the effort. The game was ahead of its time. Challenging and fun. Good visuals taking into consideration the limitations they had to face. I would recommend you trying to get this game to work. There is both a PC and a Phillips CD-I release of this title . the CD-I emulator is under construction as well .
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