The most viscerally exciting shooting game in years, Chaos Control will come as a shock to all those who have written off Philips’ CD-i as a chronic underachiever. Not only do the graphics and sound outclass comparable efforts on competing systems, but Hollywood could learn a thing or two about production design from Chaos’ French programmers. And though the computer does all the steering, that doesn’t detract from the game’s appeal: The first stage alone, in which you careen through Manhattan canyons blasting giant bugs and jet-packed enemy soldiers, is worth the combined admission to any 10 simulation rides. A
Posted May 5 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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