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A worthy sequel - great fun for all fast car fans.
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Bombjack II (Encore) (Commodore 64/128)
A title worthy of attention if you were a fan of the original.
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If atmosphere is what you really want, this is your game.
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How much enjoyment you get out of Gold Rush depends on whether you love or loathe the Sierra 3D adventure style - if you're a fan, you shouldn't be disappointed.
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A very good successor to Defender Of The Crown in all respects... Best as an introductory program to the often very complex world of strategy.
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A complex and involving game which will demand a lot of time to fully master.
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Slips up in the possibilities of modern combat but despite this an extensive and very comprehensive wargame.
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A good computerised account of the Marines Corps and its star-spangled history.
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A unique and innovative style of gameplay.
Millennium 2.2 (Electric Dreams) (Amiga 500)
An unusual, compulsive mixture of game styles.
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Undoubtedly the funniest, furriest sports game ever.
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Wicked (Electric Dreams) (Amiga 500)
An incredibly atmospheric, original and extremely playable shoot-'em-up. A classic.
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A very scary product indeed. Abysmal collision detection, no sense of 3D and lousy presentation make for immediately frustrating gameplay.
Total Eclipse (Microstatus) (Amiga 500)
Fast moving solid 3-D with convincing use of colour... Superb music... Enhanced arcade sequences... A substantial challenge.
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