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A hell of a start for the console... An incredible game to see and to play.
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Pro Boxing Simulator (Codemasters)
A smack-'em-in to make you laugh! It is possible to beat the computer if you resort to nutting and kicking, but playing against another human is better.
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A great quality budget game, with enough incentive to keep you playing well into the night, desperately trying to break into Division One.
Back To The Future Part II (Mirrorsoft)
Mirrorsoft, what happened? The arcade sequences are Speccy graphics at their worst, and the poor playability merely adds to the general gloom.
Looks good, but is a bit too easy once you get the hang of the aliens' attack formations. Not tough enough to keep you interested.
Quattro Sport (Codemasters)
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The Munsters (Alternative)
Difficult (from the outset), but fun little budget game. The difficulty's well dodgy unless you're incredibly persistent.
Mike Read's Computer Pop Quiz (Encore)
The game gets tedious very soon... The format is so linear, and nothing can be done to speed things up.
All things considered, I can heartily recommend this program. It will keep Amstrad adventure players very happy for years to come.
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