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You Choose: Interactive Doomsday Adventures
1491481072 / 9781491481073
1491481250 / 9781491481257 (paperback)
1491481315 / 9781491481318 (eBook)
112 pages |
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|User Summary:||The computers of the world have become self-aware, and are looking to destroy mankind. You must find a way to help humanity survive, and probably even to stop the uprising.|
A gamebook based on a premise similar to that of The Terminator sounds like a really cool idea. However, it is not well executed here. The writing is not very vivid, meaning that I never got really involved in the story. In terms of gameplay, the book almost always telegraphs to the reader what the right choice is, which also detracts from the experience. Finally, there is way too much repetition of the same plot points throughout the different paths, meaning that if you read a few of the storylines, you will know in advance what the right choices will be in the others. Overall, this is a very disappointing book.
|Special Thanks:||Thanks to Guillermo Paredes for the cover image.|