The latest thrill from The Adventure Company has gone gold and will be in stores on Feb 23. The game has you playing the role of Peter Wright who is dragged into a world of intrigue and mystery when his neighbor's apartment is stormed by SWAT troopers.
The Adventure Companyâ€™s The Moment of Silence Goes Gold
Award Winning Investigative Thriller Comes to North America
Toronto, Canada - February 15, 2005 - The Adventure Company today announced The Moment of Silence, an investigative thriller for WindowsÂ®, has gone gold for North America. This title will ship to retailers Wednesday, February 23, 2005.
The Moment of Silence is set in New York City in 2044. Players step into the role of Peter Wright, an advertising executive currently heading up the Government's 'Freedom of Speech' campaign. When a heavily armed SWAT team storms his neighborâ€™s apartment, Peter must uncover the truth behind his mysterious disappearance as he becomes drawn into the deceptive worlds of corruption and power.
The game marries fully-rendered, animated backdrops with a traditional and intuitive adventure interface, resulting in one of the best-looking examples of adventure gaming in todayâ€™s market. Real-world locations are mixed with fictitious environments to create immersive and incredibly varied worlds.
The Moment of Silence offers more than eight hours of professional voice talent for heart-pounding drama that sounds as good as it looks. Traditional adventure puzzles are fused with dialogue choices and moments of high drama, putting the game on par with some of cinema's greatest thrillers, where action sequences are integrated to create a constantly challenging adventure.
Unique, highly immersive investigative thriller story
Multiple choice dialogues
A cast of more than 35 true-to-life 3D characters to interact with
75 realistic locations
30 minutes of full-screen video
Lip synchronization using phonetic voice analysis allowing real-time facial expressions
Motion captured animation and dynamic dialogue scenes featuring evolving camera work
Intuitive interface and mouse-driven navigation