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APB (The Hit Squad)
A great game... Captures the playability of the arcade machine perfectly, all the elements that made it so addictive intact.
The Champ (Linel)
A well-presented game with everything you would expect from a boxing simulation.
Cromwell At War 1642-1645 (Cases)
Cromwell should have been a good game. However, too many frustrating elements and poor design decisions have prevented that happening.
Dirt Track Racer (Zeppelin Games)
Doesn't capture the atmosphere of the real sport at all. There's entertainment there, but it's not hooking enough to make it an addictive game.
Dragon Ninja (The Hit Squad)
The trouble with this game is it's too darn easy to complete! When you're attacked, all you have to do is crouch down and punch.
European Superleague (CDS)
Finally! A football management game that's well presented, looks good, and above all is entertaining.
Footballer Of The Year 2 (GBH)
Football management fans will find this a refreshing change from text-only games... Just don't expect soccer action.
Forgotten Worlds (The Hit Squad)
Graphically, it's pretty good, but my main moan is that it's too easy to get through: even the end of level monsters don't pose much of a problem.
Impossamole is recommended; especially if you're willing to persevere with it, it's a great game.
Multimixx 3 (Kixx)
My advice is to save your cash and buy Bionic Commando separately.
Mystical has nothing new or inventive to offer the gamesplayer and is overpriced for what it provides.
Red Heat (The Hit Squad)
Fast, furious, blasting action all the way. In short, well worth considering.
S.D.I. (The Hit Squad)
Initially fun to play, SDI soon slides down into the dumper because of its repetitive nature.
Stack Up (Zeppelin Games)
Blocking mad... Ever since I started playing I haven't been able to put the joystick down - it's that good!
Turrican II: The Final Fight (Electronic Arts)
Brilliant! If you enjoyed the first Turrican, you'll be blown away by this one.
Viz: The Computer Game (Virgin)
The packaging says 'You'll never play a bigger load of crap!' Correct.
A fun racing shoot-'em-up but the constant fuel shortage soon bumps up the annoyance gauge.
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