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Queensryche's Promised Land was conceived by the band and designed in conjunction with Media X, Inc. (Santa Cruz). Flying over a small island in the Pacific Northwest, the Queensryche Totem separates and scatters in five pieces. Players must explore the five bandmembers' worlds within the beautiful, digital forest, solving three-dimensional puzzles and thought-provoking ecological challenges, as they attempt to find the pieces necessary to recreate the Totem, avert ecological disaster, and win the game. Those who triumph over the game are rewarded by a previously unreleased bonus audio track, "Two Miles High," written specifically for Queensryche's Promised Land.
The game features two thousand photo-realistic, raytraced images, over 70 diverse computer-generated digital worlds, and a hundred minutes of digital video and music. Queensryche wrote and performed the haunting ambient soundtrack for the CD-ROM. Soundbites from their album Promised Land are scattered throughout the game as well as the documentary disc, Big Log. Queensryche's Promised Land is a hybrid disc that is compatible with Macintosh, Windows and Windows '95 at a suggested retail price of $49.95.