Body Harvest - N64

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Viewed: 3D Third-person, over the shoulder Genre:
Adventure: Graphic
Media: Cartridge Arcade origin:No
Developer: DMA Design Soft. Co.: DMA Design
Publishers: Gremlin Interactive (GB)
Released: 1998 (GB)
Ratings: 11+
Accessories: Rumble Pack


There have been many science fiction stories about the annihilation of mankind, and even video games have seen their fair share of human outgoings. Body Harvest for Nintendo 64 reflects some of these stories in a very interactive way. Games of this kind always, always have to have a hero to come along and save the day. That hero is you, Adam Drake, a genetically enhanced marine sent back in time to destroy the man-eating bugs before they make Earth a dead planet. Of course you wouldn’t be expected to accept this challenge without the aid of weaponry, so a whole arsenal of military weapons are available should you need them.

Blasting away giant-sized bugs is not the only objective to the game. You must also interact with the few remaining survivors on the planet. Getting them to do what you want can sometimes be a challenge, and threatening to shoot their heads off is not always the best method of persuasion. People hiding away from killer bugs can also be uneasy to find, so hundreds upon hundreds of buildings will need to be searched throughout the game.

With over 70 types of mutant bugs and sixty methods of transportation, Earth never looked this exiting.