|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||26th September 1989|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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So much was expected of Turbo Out-Run... Most of the goods have been delivered. The only gripe I have is that it very difficult to see cars directly ahead of you.
Good conversion of low playability coin-op - probably only worth it if you liked the original.
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£3 is a perfectly reasonable outlay for Speedboat Assassins, but frankly, if you dig out one of your old games, and squint, you could save yourself some cash.
Excellent 'Bomb 'em back to the stone age!'-type fun.
Extremely clever programming. Wonky steering but brill replays.
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A strange arcade adventure which scores for novelty value.
Double Dragon 2 (Virgin/Mastertronic)
The team beat-'em-up that knocks all the rest into the middle of next week.
Thanatos the Dragon isn't quite the hot stuff he was two years ago.
If you liked Cybernoid, you'll still love it.
Nice graphics but far too shallow in gameplay.
The stuff that dreams are made out of. Brilliant!
Very disappointing sequel to the classic Exploding Fist.
Jonah Barrington's Squash (Mastertronic)
Looks lousy from the screenshots, but plays well - keep your balls in play.
A good stab at enlivening a basically dull sport.
The Great Escape (The Hit Squad)
The characters are properly in scale with the backgrounds of huts, fences and guard towers.
A pile of wombat pooh, whatever the pundits say.
The bad guys are big and highly detailed, but they have unfair camouflage. No doubt, there will be lots of people who will maintain that it's a fab conversion, and the visuals don't really matter so long as the gameplay is there.
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Politically sound but crucially boring run-and-shoot effort.
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Pretty, but simply too too boring my dears.
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Plenty of eggy fun, recommended for hard-core Dizzy fans only.
Close as you like to the coin-op, a masterpiece of mayhem.
Absolutely incredible. The best driving game ever.
Footballer Of The Year 2 (Gremlin)
More a trivia/memory test that a footy game; kick it firmly into touch.
Like Gauntlet, if it had been written in French. As with the game's sampled speech, it's lost so much in the translation as to be virtually unrecognisable and it sounds as bad as it plays.
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