The game roars onto the screen with an explosive introduction. A man (you) screams away from captors and his stolen craft is shot down overtop of a jungle. The game picks up right there, fresh after the crash.
You find yourself tangled in a web of confusion and action as you set off on a quest to find out who the heck you really are. Small things happen, like the holocube message from you(when you had your memory) to locate someone to replenish your lost memory.
You're a wanted man as well. There's an enemy behind every corner with a blaster ready for you. Why? Well, that's all part of the game. You'll be wrapped in intrique as you uncover bits and pieces that will help regain your identity. But, once you find out.. you may see that knowing isn't such a good thing after all. ~ Chris Couper, All Game Guide
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||Sega Genesis|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||Macintosh|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||Sega CD|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||Atari Jaguar|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity||3DO|
|Flashback: The Quest for Identity [European Release]||Sega Genesis|
|Flashback [Japanese Release]||Super Nintendo Entertainment System|
Minimum CPU Type: XT/Compatible
Graphics Type: VGA
Color Depth: 256 Colors ~ Chris Couper, All Game Guide
|# of Same Screen Players||1|