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The Koshan Conspiracy

DOS - 1992

Also available on: Amiga - Atari ST

Alt names B.A.T. II, BAT 2
Year 1992
Platform DOS
Released in United States
Genre Adventure, Strategy
Theme Cyberpunk / Dark Sci-Fi, Sci-Fi / Futuristic
Publisher Ubi Soft Entertainment Software
Developer Computer's Dream
4.61 / 5 - 18 votes

Description of The Koshan Conspiracy

The follow-up to Konami's underrated B.A.T. 1 improves upon its predecessor in every respect, including a more intelligible plot that actually develops into an interesting pan-galactic drama.

However, as in the first game you still have the freedom to ignore the plotline for as long as you wish to explore the wonderfully realized gameworld that is populated by colorful characters, shops, and strange gadget to find and use, including the programmable B.O.B. computer in your arm that is much more versatile and intelligent than in the previous game.

In B.A.T. 2, you are still a member of the clandestine galactic peace corps, but your tasks this time around are much more questionable if not downright strange (burglarizing a bank as a pretense to saving the galaxy is, after all, not a very common cop-thing). As in B.A.T. 1, the freedom the game affords you can be a double-edged sword: while it makes it much more fun to explore, it does mean less clues and frequent hunting for a store (among dozens) that sells the particular item you need.

The world, while large, is also very disorienting since it's not laid out in easy cardinal directions, and the fact that you only need to use less than a fifth of all objects you can collect make puzzle-solving more difficult.

Despite all these shortcomings, however, B.A.T. 2 is still a highly atmospheric and original game that will please sci-fi lovers and anyone who likes non-linear games (or at least games with the illusion of being non-linear, like this one).

Review By HOTUD

Comments and reviews

Kyle P 2018-01-11 1 point

One of my favorite all time games when I was a kid. They don't make em like they used to.

Dos and Amiga version the best ones. A friend of mine was able to beat it. I forgot the ending but its quite a challenge at first.

Swordman108 2015-11-19 1 point

I used to play the heck out of this game when I was a kid. Definitely within the top games of all time as far as I am concerned. If you try it out you just might like it. It is a bit slow to get the ball rolling in this game tho, just to let you know. Also talking to everyone is fairly important.

mitsubi 2014-08-23 3 points DOS version

great detective cyber scifi game, it looks complicated from the start(i was figuring out where is the damn credit card for some some time), but thats because it is not odinary one.

A Wise Old Man 2013-02-19 -1 point DOS version

Looks prettier than it played.

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