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The Hit Squad (Codemasters)
A fair measure of entertainment, enough playability and levels to keep you at it.
Run The Gauntlet (Ocean)
An enjoyable game despite the bug and the multi-load and not so easy as to be beaten at the first attempt - or the twentieth for that matter.
The National (D&H)
A thoroughbred game from the same stable as Football Director II.
The Running Man (Grandslam)
Even the most hard-bitten
combat freaks will enjoy this
game as they encounter
opponent after opponent, each
with its own method of
Barry McGuigan's Boxing (Activision)
I thoroughly enjoyed Barry McGuigan's Boxing and its accompanying descent into animalistic savagery; the two-player option really brings out the caveman in people.
Moto Cross Simulator (Codemasters)
Definitely a difficult game but one with which it is worth persevering. The graphics and sound effects are by no means stunning but the control of your biker is good, allowing this game to become a real test of your skill.
The Real Ghostbusters (Activision)
Little more than a good marketing concept.
Obliterator (Melbourne House)
This has taken a while to reach the Amstrad... and what a joke it is. Only worthwhile as a cure for insomniacs with more potency than a mogadon.
Street Gang Football (Codemasters)
CodeMasters is capable of producing simple yet playable games but this one has few redeeming features.
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