[floatleft]http://www.snackbar-games.com/images/reviews/geist/cover.jpg[/floatleft]It’s just a regular old day at Volks Lab. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and everybody’s just dandy. Oh yeah, there is also the business of a spirit running amok, inhabiting everything in sight and leaving destruction in its wake. It’s a good thing that spirit is you. Welcome to Nintendo/N-Space’s new first-person-something for the GameCube: [i]Geist[/i]. A tale of intrigue, conspiracy, death, and just a little bit of voyeurism.
Early previews of this game left many lost as to what exactly it was. Is it a first-person shooter? Is it an adventure game? What’s with the frame rate? These questions now have really good answers. Much like [i]Metroid Prime[/i], [i]Geist[/i] is played from the first-person perspective where you shoot thingsA