Being zapped in the back by what looks like a harmless piece of vegetation can be infuriating at moments of strategic tension. Still, who cares when you've got the crucial elements of an arcade game in the comfort of your own home? Read Review
Ikari Warriors is very late, looks fairly out of date and won't be anybody's all-time favourite game, but the gameplay is strong and the action is fast, and that counts for quite a lot in my book. Read Review
In the arcade game, some nifty graphics distracted you from the essential dullness of the game, but the poor old Spectrum's tiny stick-figures and unbelievably slow bullets don't really seem the same. Read Review
One hell of a good game... Just the right balance of playability, difficulty and pure mass destruction has been achieved, and, to use an all-time great reviewing cliche, it'll keep you coming back for more. Read Review
Commando (1st June 1986) (Acorn Electron) A conversion of the Eighties coin-op arcade machine of the same name, you must traverse up a multitude of screens, from bottom to top, outwitting and killing the enemy soldiers.