Machine Review Of Quote Score Amiga 500 Batman The Movie (Ocean) Batman: The Movie may not be a perfect character tie-in, but it is as good a rendition of the film as anyone could have hoped for. 82% Read Amiga 500 Life And Death (The Software Toolworks) For the curiosity value alone, this is one package you have just got to see - and if you value originality more than variety you may end up buying it too. 70% Read Amiga 500 Fiendish Freddy's Big Top O' Fun (Mindscape International Inc) It's not an essential purchase by any means, but it's well worth a look if you want a good laugh. 76% Read Amiga 500 High Steel (Screen 7 Ltd) If there was a prize given for the game with the most unfulfilled potential, High Steel would be a runaway winner - but there isn't... so this is one arcade outing that remains a good idea, but ultimately misses the mark. 64% Read BBC/Electron Microstuffer 64K Printer Buffer (Supra) If you rarely use your printer it isn't necessary, but if you regularly print large documents it could repay itself in time saved very quickly. 100% Read Game Boy Shanghai (HAL America) Very addictive. It doesn't quite match up to Tetris though, and the limited number of boards may mean it won't have quite the same longevity. Definitely worth a look though. 79% Read Game Boy Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon (Konami) A brave attempt at a well-trodden genre, but it falls short when compared to other Game Boy action/RPGs like Link's Awakening and Final Fantasy. 60% Read Game Boy Color Power Quest (Sunsoft) The 'quick-start' beat-'em-up option makes it a great game to take with you on the move and is therefore perfect Game Boy fodder. 85% Read Game Boy Wave Race (Nintendo) You're not going to get many hours out of this one... and RC Pro-Am has a similar feel but far more exciting handling and better animation - pick that up instead! 66% Read Game Boy Color Star Wars: Episode I - Racer (Lucasarts) A brilliant game and easily the best racing game on the Game Boy Color. 93% Read Game Boy Color FIFA 2000 (Electronic Arts) Some of the graphics are wonderfully detailed, despite being generally messy, and there are enough options to please even the fussiest gamer. 73% Read Game Boy Color Tasmanian Devil: Munching Madness (Sunsoft) Brilliant! A superb fast-spinning stormer! The levels are outrageously huge. 85% Read Game Boy Color WWF Wrestlemania 2000 (THQ) A lame, boring beat-'em-up. The sound effects and music would be laughable if they weren't so tooth-grindingly annoying, and the graphics are roughly to the standard of a ZX Spectrum. 49% Read Game Boy Color Carmageddon (SCI Games) Not the best of driving games. A bit pants really, and worth only a few minutes' play. 36% Read Game Boy Color Noddy And The Birthday Party (BBC Software) It's colourful, well animated and thoroughly endearing but not exactly a taxing test of skill. 72% Read Game Boy Color Babe and Friends (Crave Entertainment) This game is definitely one for the younger Game Boy Color player... Once played, forever mastered. 70% Read Game Boy Color Tiger Woods PGA Tour 2000 (Electronic Arts) Poor graphics and incredibly boring gameplay make this a sleep-inducing title, even if you've only just got out of bed! 43% Read Game Boy Color Déjà Vu I & II: The Casebooks of Ace Harding (Kotobuki System) With shades of the PlayStation's Broken Sword II, this game is incredibly addictive and a must for all Game Boy Color adventure fans. 90% Read Game Boy Color Street Fighter Alpha: Warriors' Dreams (Capcom) Unlike the older Game Boy version, this one is super-fast, but the characters are quite small. It does have loads of great animation and plenty of special moves though. 85% Read Game Boy Color Star Wars: Yoda Stories (THQ) Great graphics, cool tunes, an engrossingly story line and lots to see and do make this the perfect game!
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