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Cannon Fodder (Virgin)
I've tried, but I can't find anything wrong with the game... Just go and buy the flipping thing.
Frontier: Elite II (Gametek)
Yes, we all sigh in a resigned manner, it's a marvellous technical achievement to cram the entire galaxy onto a couple of disks. But, sadly, it's just not very much fun to play.
Second Samurai (Psygnosis)
Raf Cecco and co do it again. The improvements this second outing makes to the original aren't all that major, but they're more like refinements to an already impressively-tiered cake.
Wonder Dog (Core Design)
An excellent conversion of the Mega CD game.
Alien Breed 2 (Team 17)
A typical Team 17 effort... A vastly enjoyable game with some glaringly obvious flaws in it. As usual.
Cyberpunks (Core Design)
I can't work out why this is called Cyberpunks. Maybe it's something to do with it being outdated, sanitised and ultimately boring.
Seek And Destroy (Vision)
A better than average shoot-'em-up which should please those who find most games around too easy.
Brutal Sports Football (Millennium)
Deliriously decadent. Fittingly feral. Boxingly bloody and viciously violent.
The Settlers (Blue Byte)
The cuteness tends to detract from the epic scale of this game, which will either draw you in totally or leave you stone cold. Playing it will literally devour days of your life.
Bob's Bad Day (Psygnosis)
Bob's Bad Day is a gameplay triumph, and the sparse graphics really don't matter. Just play it, okay?
Jet Strike (Rasputin)
I can't recommend the game unreservedly, simply because I know the long loading times will drive some people completely spare.
Prime Mover (Psygnosis)
A dismal effort. It's so far behind the current state-of-the-art in the genre that it's just plain embarrassing, and a complete waste of time.
Deep Core (ICE)
A multi-level platform game. It's just what the games market needs to kick some life into it.
Pinball Fantasies (21st Century Entertainment)
Fab. Although the standard version was more-or-less gameplay perfect, the smarter presentation adds quite a bit to the game.
You wouldn't really know this game was playing on a CD32, but just this once we'll forgive it, since it's such an impossibly great game anyway.
James Pond II: Codename Robocod (Millennium)
We're going to have to do an awful lot better than this for a flagship game if the CD32 isn't going to be killed by mockery and derision before it gets a chance to come to proper life.
The most generic and dull console platform game you've ever seen, with some of the most annoying features from traditional computer games thrown in on top.
Almost indistinguishable from the ordinary game and no special use of the CD32 at all... but still currently the best thing you can play on your CD32.
The Demo 2 CD (Almathera)
Excellent value, and even if you only spend a minute looking at everything on this disk, you'll still be occupied for days on end. Well worth splashing out on.
Cybercon III (Kixx)
A really quite fab 3D adventure epic, in much the style of Driller, Total Eclipse or Interphase. A little dated these days, especially visually, but it'll still give you weeks of fun.
Blue Angels (The Hit Squad)
Strictly of novelty value for flight sim enthusiasts only. The fact is that there are many faster, smoother, better-looking flight sims out there.
Hook (The Hit Squad)
The best parts of Hook are those that aren't in the film, and this succeeds as a playable adventure game despite its links to the movie rather than because of them.
The Secret Of Monkey Island (Kixx)
The plot is way above the standard of an average adventure. Before the advent of computer games, small boys used to play pirates with each other and dress up in funny clothes. Monkey Island lets you fulfil the childhood dream.
Cardiaxx (Team 17)
Cardiaxx tries to pay tribute to the Defender genre, but you're better off sticking with the original, frankly.
Thomas The Tank Engine 2 (Alternative)
A cutesy game aimed at kids... for a race of limited novelty.
Graham Taylor's Soccer Challenge (Buzz)
One of the best football management games around, according to those who play these things.
World Class Rugby (Audiogenic)
A winner... The best rugby game on the Amiga (not that there's much competition), and a fine home-grown alternative to John Madden Football.
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