Seaquest DSV As much as the TV-derived Seaquest DSV benefits from the absence of Roy Scheider and Jonathan Brandis, it's still waterlogged, slow-mo action in which you…
Videogame Review

Seaquest DSV

As much as the TV-derived Seaquest DSV benefits from the absence of Roy Scheider and Jonathan Brandis, it's still waterlogged, slow-mo action in which you pilot what appears to be a giant Bic pen through visually interesting but nonperilous undersea perils. The key difference between the Steven Spielberg-produced series and the game: You can watch the show for free but you've got to shell out about 65 bucks for the cartridge. C+

Originally posted May 26, 1995 Published in issue #276 May 26, 1995 Order article reprints