Description of B.A.T.
One of the best cult classic games ever made, B.A.T. is a fun cyberpunk romp through the underworld of crime and corruption. As agent for B.A.T., an ultrasecret organization serving the Confederation of the Galaxies in the 22nd century, you will be assigned various missions covering a wide range of spy activities and planets.
The game sport many original concepts such as the ability to program the B.O.B. (organic computer implanted on your arm), and RPG-style character development based on various stats. Unfortunately, the tedious interface and obscure plot mar the games' strong points. Still, it's a refreshingly innovative game that's vastly underrated.
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
Nest 2015-11-16 2 points DOS version
I finish it, longplay here:
Me 2013-03-05 -1 point DOS version
This game is confusing. There is no real introduction into the game, and no tutorial. I can't figure out who to talk to to get the game started (after the strange guy in the bathroom). Everyone says the same thing.
This is a piss-poor early game from Ubisoft. It's a good thing they've gotten better.
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