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  • Система: 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
  • Игроков: 1
  • Издатель: GameTek, Imagineer
  • Разработчик: Imagexcel
  • Год выпуска: 14.09.1995



Supports: CH Flightstick Pro
Developed by Imagexcel. Designed by Greg Bick, Andy Brownbill, Kevin Hoare, Ray Laribie.

In Quarantine, you play the part of a taxi driver, desperate to escape from the violent prison city of Kemo. Deliver passengers to their destinations, so you can earn money to upgrade your cab, and take on undercover missions in the hope that somehow you can find a way out. An impressive array of cab-mounted weaponary will help you to survive.

Games like this could give the 3DO a bad name. Oh wait, that’s right - the 3DO has had a bad name for years! But if I could grade Quarantine on innovation alone, it would receive my highest accolades. It’s a fully 3D, drive-anywhere game with elements of car combat and taxi driving. Pretty ambitious stuff for 1994, but as far as the gameplay goes, Quarantine absolutely sucks. You’re a taxi driver in an imprisoned city full of armed lunatics. The cheesy video intro makes you realize just how low budget these 3DO games were. I’ve heard this game compared to Crazy Taxi (Dreamcast), but I think that’s giving it way too much credit. Quarantine actually resembles a very rough version of Twisted Metal (Playstation). The city is huge, but the pixelated facades are nothing to look at, and the people are little more than cardboard cutouts. You feel boxed in. Driving passengers to their destinations while mowing down thugs sounds like great fun, but the execution falters. Your view is first person only, which is part of the problem. The controls are awful, especially when trying to turn the car around. Mindless, pixelated vehicles ram you from out of nowhere, causing you to lose your passengers. There’s plenty of gratuitous blood when you run over or shoot people, but those huge red splotches look ridiculous. You constantly need to consult a slow-loading map screen to see where you’re going. You can upgrade weapons and repair your car, but when the basic gameplay falters this bad, extra fluff like that falls to the wayside. Perhaps the most telling sign about this game was the fact that it actually made me ill. I don’t know if it was the lousy frame rate, terrible graphics, frustrating control, or the burrito I had eaten earlier, but I actually become nauseated and had to stop playing. On a positive note, I did enjoy a few of the selectable background tunes, featuring some vintage early 90’s alternative rock. But no soundtrack could save this game. Quarantine had the right idea, but the technology just wasn’t ready yet.
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По-другому эта игра называлась Hard Rock Cab
Кроссплатформенная игра! - Quarantine


Gametek - Rod Humble
The Imagexcel Team: Greg Bick, Andy Brownbill, Kevin Hoare, Ray Larabie, Ed Zolnieryk

Creative Director: Stephen Curran Package Design: John Tombley Manual Design: Wendy Weber Production: Sherry Kross

POD Film
Director: John Curran Title Song: Simon Day Drake Edgewater: Simon Day Executive Producer: Steve Curran Digital Video: Larry Pacey

Quarterback Attack - The Professional Quarterback Simulator

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  • Система: 3DO Interactive Multiplayer
  • Игроков: 1
  • Издатель: Digital Pictures
  • Год выпуска: 27.11.1995


Box Text:
Quarterback Attack is the first professional quarterback simulator: it puts you in the helmet of a real quarterback! You don’t just control him, you are the quarterback!

In a stadium full of screaming fans, you’re in control – calling the plays, dodging the defense, throwing the passes. Screw up and you’ll have to answer to the Coach: Iron Mike Ditka.

As the clock ticks your work is cut out for you:

* Choose from hundreds of plays
* Read defenses and call audibles
* Dodge the rush and find an open receiver
* Target and time your pass
* If all else fails – scramble!
* Real football strategy
* Hurry-up offense mode
* Full quarterback stats
* Six skill levels

Designed by Joe Vierra, Amir H Raubvogel, Joshua Solomon.

Description: Produced by Tom Zito. An FMV football game? It’s really not as bad as you’d expect. Good job by former NFL pro and coach Mike Ditka, who turns out to be the best actor in the game.

Style/Genre: Full-Motion Video/Action. Click to see other games of this type.

Released: 11/27/95. (USA)

Другие названия игры - Quarterback Attack, Quarterback Attack with Mike Ditka


A Digital Pictures Production
Executive Producers: Tom Zito, Gordon Wolf
Original Concept: Joe Vierra
Interactive Design: Joe Vierra, Amir H. Raubvogel, Joshua Solomon
Computer Graphics: Joshua Solomon, Cuyler Gee
Music: Peter Bernstein
Editing: Kate McGowan
Production Design: Nick Goodman
Director of Photography: Patrick Higgins
Screenplay: Jeffrey Stepakoff, Greg Kennerson
Computer Programming: Amir H. Raubvogel
Produced by: Joe Vierra, Michael Klick
Directed by: Ron Stein
Associate Producer: Bart Cheever
Product Marketing Manager: Simone Seydoux Package: The Design Office of Wong & Yeo
Manual: Damore Johann Design

Coach: Mike Ditka,
Pete: Nebbit Keith Neubert
Darrel Coker: Casey Lee
Vetterman: Peter Kent
Looey Horton: Geoff Meed The Safe: Mike "Bear" Taliferro
Referee: Don Familton
Cheerleader: Athena Massey
TV Cameraman: Bob Apisa
Mascot: Keith Rooks
Staff Driver: Eddy Donno
Well Dressed Man: Bobby Bass
Newsman #1: Manny Perry
Newsman #2: Kenny Endoso
Newsman #3: Chuck Picerni, Jr.

Offensive Team (Cardinal)
Tight End, #87: Edward R. "Pancho" Martin
Left Guard, #62: Lee Weaver
Right Guard, #67: Willie Green
Left Tackle, #73: Michael Sherrod
Center, #54: Marshall Hodges
Wide Receiver, #84: Brian Stewart
Quarterback, #14: Mike Fisher
Back, #33: Lonnie Johnson
Back, #28: Marcus Greenwood
Split, #82: Ken Shelton
Split, #82: Charlie Williams
Additional Player: Saadite Green
Running Back/Kick Returner: Gus Envela
Kicker: Paul Assad

Defensive Team (Gold)
Left Tackle, #92: Lydell Cheshier
Right Tackle, #93: Governor
Right End, #97: Joe Nelson
Middle Linebacker, #55: Lee Miller
Right Linebacker, #52: Mike Miller
Left Linebacker, #58: Garret Greedy
Right Cornerback, #43: Ron Foster
Left Cornerback, #45: Rod Phillips
Strong Safety, #49: Martin French
Free Safety, #30: Rich Willis
Stunt Coordinator: Steve "Buck" Buckingham
Stunt Players: Ben Bray, Bryan Galbreath, Jeffrey McKinnie, Tim Miller, Steve Neubert, Michael Papajohn, Craig Pylant
Football Consultants: Jeff Lamson, William Norton