“ Manufacturer: Activision / Action / Rating: T - (Teen) / Published by: Activision „
It's really no wonder that Activision's created a modern PlayStation version of Pitfall, the "Indiana Jones for the people" game that probably best defined Activision's initial efforts as a company way back in the days of the Atari 2600. Yes, Pitfall Harry is back once again, or his son rather, and there's a world that needs saving. There are scorpions, pits, rolling logs, and vines in it, but the trees are now gone and it's all somehow turned 3D on him. The story sees Harry entering an otherly dimensional world that's being enslaved by an evil being called The Scourge, who's changing all the world's magical energy from good to bad. The general gameplay consists of avoiding falling boulders, swinging from vines and chains, and leaping from floating, and sometimes crumbling, platforms - and every now and again, executing all of these while being chased by a monster.