|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Amiga 500, Amiga 2000, Amiga 1200, Amiga 600, Amiga 3000, Amiga 500+, Amiga 4000|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||7th February 1992|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss ()
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The graphics are colourful and the action is fast and frenetic. After play of about an hour, however, the novelty has worn off somewhat and it becomes clear that some careful attention to scoring platforms and a dedicated search for secret rooms is necessary in order to extract the most fun from the game.
Star Trek: The 25th Anniversary ()
Double Dribble: 5 On 5 (Konami)
Nice presentation, shame about the content. Some crappy artificial intelligence coupled with some rubbish player controls (you have to click the B button to gain control of the player nearest the ball) make it a hard game to love.
Prince Of Persia (Virgin Games)
Superb. Some players may get a bit annoyed by some of the later levels which are really very hard, but toughened gamers will no doubt lap up the challenge on offer here.
A smart little game, and one you'll be playing long after it's completed.
Not terribly tough, but it's hard enough to put novice or less patient players off early on. There is some compulsion to see what lies beyond the first few stages, but it's a good bet that most people who play it will never see the end, either through it being too difficult - or just not interesting enough.
The ACE PD File ()
4D Sports Driving (Mindscape International Inc)
The action is excellent... Even if the races themselves aren't that fascinating, the track designer section will provide you with enough entertaining pile ups to keep you coming back for more.
While Awesome Golf doesn't exactly set a new standard for computer golf games, it's a classy addition to the genre and is a recommended to all sports-loving Lynx owners.
This sort of ghastly trash just doesn't cut it any more.
For its terrific user-friendliness, depth of gameplay and sheer size and scope, Final Fantasy II gets a definite thumbs-up as one of the tidiest console RPGs to date - even the super-cute graphics do make it a little difficult to take things seriously at times.
John Madden Football (Electronic Arts)
It's not quite as slick as the Megadrive version, but still good enough to take the crown as one of the finer games available on the SNES.
Jupiter's Masterdrive (Action 16)
Distinguishing Masterdrive from most games of the ilk is the fact that the players can actually blow each other up by using handy roof-rack mounted cannons.
Mercenary III (Novagen Software Ltd)
Definitely worth looking out... Those who have the patience and take the time to get into the game will find it thoroughly absorbing.
It looks smart, plays just as well and comes heartily recommended.
Beat-'em-up fans disappointed by the low quality of Double Dragon 2 would do well to look here for their thumpin' thrills instead.
Paperboy 2 (Mindscape International Inc)
The fast gameplay and humour keeps people coming back for more... This title just about manages to deliver an acceptable amount of both.
It's identical to the coin-op... Personally, I find the action repetitive and too mindless to be enjoyable for longer than about fifteen minutes, but there are probably many who disagree and think this is the best game ever.
Who Framed Roger Rabbit? (Capcom)
Amusing enough graphics, reminiscent of the film in a rather blocky, black and white sort of way... There's also a reasonable amount of adventuring to do, although this really consists of simply taking an object from one place to another in order to be told to take a different object somewhere else.
Presentation-wise, RPM is slick, offering various car modifications, 120 tracks with 24 difficulty levels and earn a course designer. These, however, are all pretty pointless additions when the main thrust of the game isn't up to much.
Rubicon (21st Century Entertainment)
It tries hard enough, with plenty of variety in the levels and action, but nevertheless it falls just short of the targets it sets for itself.
One of the best looking carts ever seen on the Game Gear... So long as you don't mind the short-lived nature of the fun then it's well worth your dosh.
Super Fire Pro-Wrestling (Human)
Don't waste your hard-earned money on this claptrap.
Any golf game's longevity is determined by the number of courses available, and two just doesn't cut it, I'm afraid.
Wayne Gretzky's Ice Hockey 2 (Bethesda)
Drab, dull and no fun to play, this is one hockey game that should be iced as soon as possible.
For those that find this sort of thing appealing, this is very good indeed. It's professionally-produced, apart from the occasionally ropey graphics, and though it's not exactly immediate or instinctive, the rewards are there to be had for players willing to plough the manual and learn all the ins and outs.
Cosmic Pirate is a super brill multiway scrolling shoot-'em-up; Eliminator is a 3D shoot-'em-up cum driving game, and Hostages is a multi-part arcade adventure. These games compensate for the largely poor quality of the others.
A nice stab at something a bit different, only marred by the slightly clumsy implementation.
The best straightforward blast for months. A good enough recommendation for anyone.
The scrolling is smooth, sound suitably raucous, and the graphics have an attractive organic/mutated look to them.
An impressive game. Yes, it's got plenty of drawbacks, but on the whole, it scores a big plus.
Baby Jo should only really be on the shopping list of platform freaks desperate for a new fix - and even then there are much more playable options available.
Really doesn't offer the player anything new, and this format has already been carried off to much better effect in both Gods and Torvak The Warrior.
A fine and very 'deep' strategy game, and one that should appeal to anyone who likes the good old-fashioned ways of doing things, without all the interfering bells and whistles.
Birds Of Prey (Electronic Arts)
What you've got with Birds Of Prey is a game that's tried to do a bit of everything, and it comes off surprisingly well at the end of it.
Probably the best comparison is with that old favourite Laser Squad - Breach 2, however, boasts a considerably more sophisticated approach, with a smart isometric viewpoint, much easier command control and more involving missions.
Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2 (Kemco)
Despite its good graphics, in my opinion Crazy Castles 2 is a right stinking load of old crap.
Captain Planet (Mindscape International Inc)
Mmmmm, yeah, the graphics are sort of cute, the scrolling's fine, and the tunes are neato, but control over your little sprite guy's a bit tricky. Lots of psychedelic colours too.
There's not a lot of fun in this Super Famicom version. The graphics are garish, and the animation is merely perfunctory, with the hero having a rather unfortunate shuffling walk that makes him look as if he's got rags tied to his feet and he's trying to polish the floor.
Though in gameplay terms it offers nothing that seasoned fans of the genre will find particularly earth-shattering, it's different enough in terms of presentation and style to make it well worth investigating.
Centurion: Defender Of Rome (Electronic Arts)
A well-judged blend of icon-driven strategy and arcade-style interludes. Megadrive owners could do far worse.
Choplifter 2 (Victor Interactive)
Fast action, challenging game task and a password system help make this one of the best games out on the Gameboy, and a must for any action fan's collection.
Quite astonishing in its dullness, Cisco Heat stalls at virtually every corner. At least the sound of the car's horn is quite good.
The most involved strategy game ever conceived... For those willing to invest the time and effort, however, it pays off like no other. Wonderful.
Conan The Cimmerian (Virgin Games)
If you feel that there is space on your shelf for yet another revenge-quest game, and can live with the atmosphere-crushing laughs, it may be worth a look.
Cruise For A Corpse (Delphine)
Anyone with the patience to sit through the occasional doldrums will find Cruise For A Corpse superb, heaped with quality presentation and atmosphere and presenting a big enough game task to satisfy even the greatest sleuth.
A bit dull. The combat moves are limited in range and slow to implement and just wandering along, endlessly plugging away at the baddies, is not all that interesting. And the prettiest backdrops in the whole World can't make up for that.
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