In the noirish sci-fi game Angel Devoid: Face of the Enemy, you are both the hunter and the hunted. As a cop whose face has been surgically altered to look like that of Neo City’s most notorious criminal, Angel Devoid, you must elude flying motorcycles, futuristic fuzz, and wild cyberdogs while pursuing your evil doppelgänger. While enjoying the high-res graphics and snazzy effects, you can explore some offbeat sites, including a high-tech men’s room. But as with many other interactive-movie games featuring live actors, Angel lacks a good script and, more urgently, a sense of humor. B-
Posted April 26 1996 — 12:00 AM EDT
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