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Lifeline

Lifeline (PS2) game cover art
Platform: PlayStation 2
Tags: Action
Developer: Sony Imagesoft
AKA: Operator's Side (JP)
Publisher
Region
Released
NA
03/02/2004
JP
01/30/2003

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Staff Reviews

Lifeline review

Reviewed July 18, 2007

Brian Rowe says: "Lifeline’s notorious gimmick is the near-complete neglect of the controller. Instead, it relies upon voice recognition through the PS2 headset. Since you are stuck in the monitor room and Rio has the analytical mentality of a first-grader, you have to guide her every move through the space station via vocal commands."
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