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Adventure Gamers Reader reviews, read what other adventure gamers think of The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time.

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Rating by troninho posted on May 26, 2014 | edit | delete

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Rating by btague posted on Jan 21, 2013 | edit | delete

Very Solid Game, Recommended as Part of a Trilogy

This game is very solid. It is an improvement on the original in the trilogy, as the original had a good story line, but some more action elements and more sloppy gameplay, which was improved vastly by the re-boot enhanced version of the original, Pegasus Prime. If you like time travel, you will love this game. This is one of the best space adventure games out there. The story is a very good one that deals around time traveler Gage Blackwood, who has falsely been accused of altering history. He has to go to the past (uh, future past too) to prove his innocence and find the person that is guilty. The story is very good. It is not exactly true point and click, it has a similar arrow type movement to a Myst, though I would have to say a better story and more character interaction than Myst had in it. Your trusty sidekick Arthur makes a lot of useful hints or added humor. He is not annoying like a lot of sidekicks are in games and is actually very useful in this game. You try to piece together artifacts as evidence and learn about several alien races who forged together to protect the secrets of time travel. There are several twists in the game that you might not have expected. You really need to play this as a trilogy though. I suggest playing the Pegasus Prime version of the first game as it is better than Journeyman Project Turbo and it connects better to the story. This game is very solid in stories and puzzle. It has a decent length to it too. The music and voice acting were very good for the era this game came out. It links very nicely to the third Journeyman Project and lays the groundwork to the best one in the series. If you love time travel and space adventures, then what are you waiting for, I would give this one a try if I were you.

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Time Played: 10-20 hours

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Rating by diego posted on Mar 29, 2016 | edit | delete

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