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Title: Desire
Genre: Adventure
Platform: Windows 95/98

Cover Description: In the southern ocean on a remote island is a huge research institute called 'Desire'. An institute built by the large, world renowned financial group, G rand Chester Foundation. It's rumored they are involved in military-related research, but what it is exactly is kept a carefully guarded secret. For this reason, a journalist for SNT (Social News Time Network), Albert MacDougal (or Al for short) visits 'Desire' in order to collect information for a story.

He's one of the rare few who have been granted access to 'Desire'. So it's in high spirits that he sets forth to complete his story. While at 'Desire' he meets a girl named Tina, who is suffering from memory loss. She is destined to change his fate forever. Murder, bomb threats, mysteries shadowing her existence... How far will the chaos go?

On the other hand, Makoto Izumi, technical manager at 'Desire', finds out how dangerous their research is, and asks his boss, Dr. Stela, to stop all the experiments. Then he finds out that someone on the outside is going to interfere with the research...

Find out the hidden secrets of Desire...Through TWO characters aspects!!!

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Average Rating:

Michael Thomas (10.09.2001)
An absolutely perfect game!
A perfect game. Seriously, Desire has it all. Romance, adventure, drama, intrigue, a secret past, a dangerous future. A little something for everyone. And Desire blends all these story elements so successfully. It pulls you into it's world, and makes you part of it. Once I started playing this game, I couldn't put it down. And with the way the game is designed, you'll not figure out all the secrets till the very end.

Desire is a remake of a previous edition. The translated version was ported from the remake.

The graphics are solid. Full-screen, full-color, with good use of lines, shading, and shadows, and with a great attention to detail. In addition, the short, animated sequences are well placed, and further add to the story and game. There is only one ending to this adventure game, but with such an awesome story it doesn't matter. And, the game has 4 chapters. Each chapter bringing you closer to figuring out what is really going on, and what all the mystery is. I don't want to spoil it, because it's so cool... just make sure you watch through the credits.

The sound effects and music are top notch, and help to frame what's going on. The music ranges from a techno sound for when you're in the lab complex, to mysterious when you're out at night, to more classical sounding pieces during normal daily activities. Very well composed, and a good variety allows for the music to never get tiring or repetitive.

The voice acting was absolutely fantastic. All the seiyuu did a fantastic job of bringing their characters to life. From shy Sheryl, to youthful and energetic Tina, to good 'ol Al, the seiyuu captured their characters completely. In addition, the characters developed as well. Al starts off as a good guy, but not one to really go out of his way for others. As the game progresses, he develops deeper and deeper feelings for the people on this remote island, and becomes more and more heroic. It was very cool to see the personalities of the characters evolve like this.

The extras were top notch too. Once you've unlocked the extras, you can play all the music in the game (complete with a super-deformed Tina as DJ), see all the event scenes, and play all the animated movie scenes as well. In addition to all this, Desire comes with some very good wallpapers as well. The instruction manual is also in full color, further showing off what great art the game has. Csware pulled out all the stops for extras that they could think of.

I only have a mild complaints with this game. Sometimes it was difficult to determine where you were supposed to go next, and at times it was confusing what you were supposed to do at certain locations. Still, if you kept at it, and simply kept choosing paths until they repeated themselves (i.e., trial and error), you would go to the next part of the story.

Overall, a perfect adventure game. Highly recommended.

Art/Animation: 10 Story/Plot: 10 Characters: 10 Sounds: 10 Gameplay: 8 Ecchi Level: -