By Ty Burr
December 16, 1994 at 05:00 AM EST

This three-disc interactive thriller was created by the same folks who produced the dreadful Man Enough, and like that earlier project, Flash Traffic: City of Angels allows you to choose from one of three lines of dialogue, each of which moves the story in a different direction. The change here is that instead of hitting on women, you play an FBI agent who must somehow prevent a nuclear terrorist from blowing up the city of Los Angeles. Technically, this disc is halfway to the mark — the live-action images fill up the computer screen but look rather grainy — unfortunately, an uninspired script and so-so acting make Flash Traffic play like a direct-to-video cheapie with a multiple-personality disorder. C+