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Graphically fantastic "Rampage-a-like". Odd stick response quirks. Otherwise flawless.
3D Stock Car Championship (Firebird)
The game is great fun to play, and the multi-player option adds a great deal to it, but the game does fall down slightly, since you can't expand or improve your car.
Amazing conversion of an amazing game. Incredible.
Alternative World Games (Gremlin)
Completely unfunny and almost unplayable sports compilation spoof.
Every Second Counts (TV Games/Domark)
Competent but uninspiring version of the TV quiz.
European 5-A-Side (Silverbird)
Good, but not as good as it could have been. Worse, once you have clocked the game a few times there are no higher computer play still levels... so that's it.
Where Time Stood Still (Ocean)
The most spectacular and enjoyable 3D arcade adventure ever.
The Fury (Martech)
Initially interesting, but ultimately unsatisfying space race.
Kung-Fu Knights (Top Ten)
Disappointing arcade adventure. A clever idea let down by poor graphics.
Rock Fall (Top Ten)
An unremarkable version of the classic Boulderdash.
On The Bench (Cult Games)
Sub-standard football sim. Leave well alone.
Night Raider (Gremlin)
Great WW2 action 'simulation'. A lot of fun, and will appeal to a wide audience.
Hot Shot (Addictive)
Brilliantly clever and endlessly entertaining future sport simulation.
Terrorpods (Melbourne House)
Ambitious but not completely successful conversion from the 16-bit arcade simulation.
The Empire Strikes Back (Domark)
Slick rendition of a classic arcade game. Classy and, in short, just a great deal of fun.
Mind Fighter (Activision)
An intriguing storyline. May send shivers down your spine!
The Bard's Tale (Electronic Arts)
The Bard's Tale will enthrall die-hard pixie fans who will probably queue up to spend £5 on the clue book. But there's too much text, and not enough graphics and animation, to convert the uncommitted.
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