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The game's very engrossing, for a shoot-'em-up! However, once you get through all thirty levels, you probably wouldn't want to play it again.
Looks, sounds and is brilliant... Levels are so tough continued playing is a must, just to complete each level.
Renegade III: The Final Chapter (Imagine)
Renegade III takes the cut-down features of both Renegade games and adds vicious, difficult-to-beat opponents that somehow take the fun out of the game.
Navy Moves (Imagine)
Dinamic strike again with a great game, spoilt by overly difficult gameplay.
Total Eclipse 2: Sphinx Jinx (Incentive)
If you enjoyed and eventually solved Total Eclipse, then this is definitely worth getting.
Superman: The Man Of Steel (Tynesoft)
If not Super, then at least Above averageman.
Forgotten Worlds (Capcom)
Great coin-op action! The pace, allied with the vast firepower on offer mean things get pretty hot... even on the Ice World!
Tank Attack (CDS)
Each game is always different... Let's hope this is the start of a new wave of traditional/computer game crossovers.
Times Of Lore (MicroProse)
This game will almost certainly appeal to those who inhabit that dark no-man's land between the world of adventure and the world of the arcades.
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