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2 Stars IFReview Rating The Gate

IFReviewed by Greg Boettcher on 2006-05-22 08:57 

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This "interactive decision" might have a somewhat interesting premise, but it's not well developed. It places you in the role of one who is guarding a gate on behalf of an apparently God-like entity called the Ultimate. The gate you're guarding separates reality from chaos. Then a man comes along out of chaos and asks to enter the gate, claiming that this will allow him to help others, even though the Utimate has given you no sign that this is to be permitted.

Sound interesting? Unfortunately, this premise is not well enough developed for you to make an informed decision. And after you've made your decision (there are at least three possible choices), you are not told what happens as a consequence. Thus, it is hard to feel involved with this game.

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