|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Publisher:||Sportscene Specialist Press|
|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:||1st March 1991|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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It's worth the asking price just for Strike Force... With three freebies bunged on as well, it's a right good bargain.
3 not-bad-at-all games and 1 clunker. Sounds a decent barg to me!
Back To The Future Part III (Mirrorsoft)
Like BTTF2, more small games. Nothing too earth-stomping, but worth playing as a whole.
Chase H.Q. II: Special Criminal Investigation (Ocean)
It's not that this is dire, but your money's better spent on a different game if you own the original Chase HQ. Who wants a game that looks the same as the original, but hasn't got half the soul?
Um, a wargame. And quite a good one into the bargain.
So-so shoot-'em-up. A bit too easy and repetitive for its own good.
I can't help finding this just a little too boring - and getting sent back miles when you die is extremely frustrating.
Gremlins 2: The New Batch (Elite)
The game is a pretty difficult right-to-left scroller, and requires both practice and a method. The problem is, overall, it's too difficult and glitchy to make you really want to stick with it.
The graphics and sound are crap. I'd leave this one on the shelf and quickly find an excuse to leave the shop if I were you.
If you're a Dizzy fan then you'll no doubt have bought this one already, but it you're not then go on - buy it anyway - it's a corker.
Colourful, clever and a lot of fun! A juicy strategy/arcade game for one... and it's simply brilliant with the two-player option.
Operation Wolf (The Hit Squad)
Perhaps a little too addictive... The more hardened gamesplayer is likely to find that he polishes the thing off in an afternoon.
There hasn't really been anything like it since, so despite the fact that it's coming up to its fourth birthday, I'd still recommend it very highly.
Return Of The Jedi (The Hit Squad)
A nifty conversion - fast and (if not exactly furious) reasonably spirited.
Switchblade (Gremlin Graphics)
Blimming huge and downright excellent platform arcade adventure. It bites and won't let go.
One for the bin. Almost all fighting can be avoided, and when you do fight, you can just do one move all the time to win.
Top Cat In Beverly Hills Cats (Hi-Tec)
There's not enough action going on - it's easy to avoid all the baddies, it's not fast enough for a straight maze game, and the puzzles are a bit easy and far between.
Although it won't knock your socks off, it is fast and addictive, and Ocean should at least be congratulated for releasing a more-than-competent game when they were up against such very hefty odds.
Trap Door + Through the Trap Door (Alternative)
Both games for £2.99 is a worthy investment for those long winter nights. The thinking man's bargain!
The graphics are excellent, and it's all a bit of a good laugh... even if, all in all, it's nothing really like darts at all.
It's better than Chase HQ, and the road has more twists and dips than a '50's dance craze!
World Championship Soccer (Elite)
A very strong return for Elite, back at last from the 16-bit wilderness.
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