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Robocop 2 (Ocean) (Amstrad CPC464+/GX4000)
A pretty good movie licence. Sure to be a big hit with the new breed of Amstrad GX4000 owners.
Strider (Sega) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
An utterly fantastic platform game here - definitely the greatest yet seen on Sega's 16-bit wonder machine!
James Pond (Millennium) (Amiga 500)
A brilliant arcade adventure... Loads of laffs guaranteed.
Shadow Of The Beast (Gremlin Graphics) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
The running-about-and-punching-things action is a bit on the simplistic side, but there are a few unambitious puzzle elements to activate the old logic centres every now and again.
Powermonger (Electronic Arts) (Amiga 500)
The best strategy game this year... Simply blows Populous out of the water!
Budokan (Electronic Arts) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
A thumpin' good beat-'em-up.
F1 Circus (Nichibutsu) (PC Engine (JP Version))
Formula 1 has never been so much fun! A classy arcade game that will have you at the PC Engine for ages.
Gremlins 2 (Elite) (Amiga 500)
A fun game that will please platform fans... but it's hard, so definitely not one for novices.
Spiderman (Empire) (Amiga 500)
This isn't quite the action-filled game you might expect... but the puzzling action kept me hooked for hours.
Star Wars (The Hit Squad) (Amstrad CPC464/664/6128)
Amstrad owning fans of the game should part with the shekels pronto, but C64 would-be rebels would be better off looking elsewhere.
Zany Golf (Electronic Arts) (Amiga 500)
Wild 'n wacky putting fun just begging to be bought!
Barbarian II (Kixx) (Amstrad CPC464)
Brilliant hack 'n slash chop 'em up at a bargain price.
Out Run (Kixx) (Commodore 64/128)
Chronic translation of a ripper coin-op that is not worth forking out for.
Power Drome (Electronic Arts) (Amiga 500)
The problem with Power Drome lies in the unwieldy controls. You'll find your speeder speeding into the wall for the most part, and this really spoils an otherwise brilliant game.
Delta (Kixx) (Commodore 64/128)
Delta ranks as one of the greatest scrolling shoot-'em-ups available on the C64.
The Bard's Tale II (Electronic Arts) (Amiga 500)
Brill! An astounding RPG that's a real steal at the magic price!
California Games (Kixx) (Amstrad CPC464)
Amazoid! A brilliant sports sim that's four quid well spent!
FA-18 Interceptor (Electronic Arts) (Amiga 500)
If you're a beginner to flight sims, Interceptor is the one to go for!
The Spy Who Loved Me (Domark) (Atari ST)
It's a pity that the ST version hasn't got the brilliant Bond theme of the Amiga game, but not to worry because The Spy Who Loved Me is still a pretty whizzo game.
Paradroid '90 (Hewson Consultants) (Atari ST)
A fantastic thinking man's shoot-'em-up, with unsurpassed atmosphere. An essential purchase.
Kick Off 2 (Anco) (Amiga 500)
A totally amazing slice of footballing action. Make sure you're on the ball... now!
TNT (Domark) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
A fine compilation of close coin-op conversions.
Klax (Tengen) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
Klax isn't a complete disaster, but the faults in the gameplay and sound departments on this version simply can't be forgiven.
Time Machine (Activision) (Amstrad CPC464)
A flippin' good exploration game with loadsa puzzles that's guaranteed to keep you fixed to your stick for hours on end.
After Burner (Sega) (PC Engine (JP Version))
A decent blast... If you had the hots for the arcade game, it's well worth looking up.
Shockwave (Digital Magic) (Amiga 500)
The visuals are stunning, and the strategy aspects aren't bad either. Unfortunately, the two aspects don't really fit together that well as a game.
Special Criminal Investigations (Ocean) (Amiga 500)
If you liked Chase HQ, you'll enjoy this, but be warned - there's not a lot between the two.
The Secret Of Monkey Island (Lucasfilm) (Amiga 500)
Utterly enthralling... The puzzles are brilliantly conceived. Success depends more on looking and listening, which I think is preferable to mind-bending lateral thinking.
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade (Taito) (Nintendo (US Version))
This has got to be one of the best Nintendo games to date, and you'd have to be an utter pillock or someone who absolutely hates Harrison Ford to miss it.
Final Blaster (Namco) (PC Engine (JP Version))
The sonics are pretty groovy, with ear-blasting effects and decent tunes. But the game doesn't really represent much of a challenge... Recommended, nonetheless.
Strider II (U. S. Gold) (Spectrum 48K/128K)
Although it's pretty far removed from the arcade original, Strider II is a whole barrel of excitement from the word go. The playability is pretty good, and Striker is really responsive.
Battle Command (Ocean) (Amiga 500)
It's all very addictive, and will have armchair tacticians gibbering like loonies. If you're after a game of this nature, look no further - this is the best one!
Supremacy (Virgin/Melbourne) (Amiga 500)
While it isn't all that complicated, the vast array of tactics and ideas make Supremacy a great strategy game.
The Killing Game Show (Psygnosis) (Amiga 500)
A good blast which'll keep you going for quite some time.
Night Shift (Lucasfilm) (Amiga 500)
The graphics and sound are very nice, even if everything seems to appear a touch squashed, and there are some very entertaining sequences... If well 'ard platform action is the one for you, have a gander - you may like this, you may not.
Fat Man (Sanritsu) (Sega Mega Drive (JP Version))
Fun and fast though Fat Man is, and there is a fair amount of combat moves on offer, it is ridiculously overpriced. For die-hard beat-'em-up dudes only.
Legendary Axe II (NEC) (PC Engine (EU Version)/TurboGrafix-16 (US Version))
A great sequel, and a brilliant hack 'n slash in its own right.
Puzznic (Ocean) (Amiga 500)
If puzzle games are your thing (and even if they aren't), Puzznic is definitely worth a play or two, or maybe lots!
Rogue Trooper (Krisalis) (Amiga 500)
Even ardent 2000AD fanatics (like myself) would be warned to take a close look before grabbing hold of this.
Wonderland (Virgin Games) (IBM PC)
This is a new games system that leads the field... I personally think that this opens the genre to people who would normally never touch adventures, and that can only be a good thing.
B.A.T. (Ubi Soft) (Commodore 64/128)
Hmmm, I'd say try before you buy... Things happen too quickly, and the game doesn't give the player a chance to react.
Hellfire (Sega) (Sega Mega Drive (EU Version))
Simply burns up the opposition...! The playability of this effort puts it head-and-shoulders above the opposition.
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