Adhering to the three-CD standard that restless PC jockeys have come to expect of major releases, this time-travel adventure throws so much on the screen that just figuring out where to start is like being plunked into the cockpit of the space shuttle and asked to blast off. Fortunately, once you get past the demanding menu system, it’s easy to enjoy The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time’s meticulously detailed 3-D-like environments, which include a medieval castle, an Incan temple, and a space station. It’s fun, to be sure, but a bit overdone. B
Posted August 4 1995 — 12:00 AM EDT
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