KGB (also known as conspiracy) is an unusual point and click detective adventure game. Set during the late Soviet Union, you play as a KGB agent in the department that investigates corruption in the KGB. Starting with a seemingly routine investigation into an ex-KGB private detective, you begin to uncover a web of crime and conspiracy.
The game is undoubtedly flawed. It relies on timing to a large degree. Requiring you to be in the right place at the right time. Death or defeat can result from missing things, or from choices that were made quite some time before. This makes it a difficult and even tedious game at times and requires a lot of trial and error or luck.
Despite that, it has some great writing and characters, and creates a real sense of being a detective in an oppressive and dangerous environment. It wouldn't be able to create this without death being around every corner. So it's greatness flaw is also it's greatest strength. It really gets quite dark. I mean seriously. You'll be surprised.
I never finished it, but I have seen the game completed. I don't do a full playthrough here, but I show a decent portion of the beginning.
"Ain't Played In Ages" is a live narrated walkthrough / let's play series of various games that I haven't played for many years. Usually I'm playing them in the video for the first time since I was a kid. That's a long time ago.
Music at the end is "Lone Harvest" by Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com). Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0" http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/