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Flash Traffic: City of Angels (1994)

DEA team raids a drug lab in L.A., but instead of drugs they find evidence that the suspects were actually building a nuclear bomb. The player and his FBI team, must stop German terrorists before they complete it.

Director:

Tony Markes

Writer:

Chuck Pfarrer
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Cast

Credited cast:
Ash Adams ... Dave Sawyer (as Jason Adams)
Michael Champion ... Ivan Belinko
Yuji Okumoto ... Colonel Kim
Colette O'Connell ... Gabriella
Magnus Hellberg Magnus Hellberg ... Heinbockel
Kristof Konrad ... Krupinsky
Douglas Hume Douglas Hume ... Player Voice
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Chuck Pfarrer ... SWAT Team Leader
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DEA team raids a drug lab in L.A., but instead of drugs they find evidence that the suspects were actually building a nuclear bomb. The player and his FBI team, must stop German terrorists before they complete it.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1994 (USA) See more »

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Tsunami Media Inc. See more »
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Color
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One Wrong Move and It could be Over in a Flash
13 March 2018 | by HarryLagsSee all my reviews

Flash Traffic: City of Angels is a game developed by Tsunami Games and published by Time Warner Interactive for MS-DOS PC systems in 1994. The game is presented in Wide-screen, with

  • 3 action-packed CD-ROM discs.
  • Filmed on location throughout L.A.
  • Multiple, storylines and gameplay for replayability
  • And explosive special effects.


This is an interactive movie in the typical sense. You're watching a first-person video, and your interactions are limited to occasional choose-your-own-adventure style decision points. The plot's standard, but fun, and the video is low-budget, but quality. There's some gun battles, explosions, and real outdoor L.A. locations. When a scene ends, players are given three choices on how to proceed. They impact the story and gameplay, but the wrong choice does not usually end the game. However, some choices can result in the player's death, One Wrong Move and It could be Over in a Flash

After all, there are minimally different storylines, but even with trial and error you spend not more than two hours until the end credits. Due to the good technical quality and the useful plot, there is always something of tension here and there. I can't write anything else without giving away the plot, so let's wrap this up. It's a typical FMV game with typical first-generation FMV gameplay. On a final note, it's a bit short for 3 CD's. Replay's pretty much out of the question, unless you want to go back and try to see the scenes you were bugged out of.

Conclusion - If you enjoy FMV type games, you will probably like this. I know i did, i completed the game within two hours and i had a good time doing it..

I rated this 7/10


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