Frasier: The Game: A Review




A delightful romp on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Frasier is a fine example of the heights which the interactive electronic arts can achieve.

  • The player pursues the noble life of a scholar and healer, rather than embodying some kind of ne'er-do-well rodent or itinerant tradesman
  • Exquisite aural design — why, it's as if they shrank down the Philharmonic and encased them in a plastic cartridge for your personal listening pleasure
  • Learn as you play through periodic quizzes that test your knowledge of the life and theories of Sigmund Freud
  • There appears to be a bug in which all female characters are physically repelled by the player's avatar
  • Boss characters such as "Tossed Salads and Scrambled Eggs Man" take great liberties with the source material
  • Eddie

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