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Utterly brilliant game that captures the mood of the film perfectly. Brill sound and graphics.
Hellfire Attack (Martech)
Disappointing Afterburner/Thunderblade lookalike without the playability.
Techno Cop (Gremlin)
A brilliant cross between Roadblasters and Robocop. Nothing astoundingly original but plays great.
Thunderblade (US Gold)
Fabbo conversion of a good coin-op. It fails a little on playability.
Return Of The Jedi (Domark)
Two things to be thankful for; one, there aren't any more games in the series and two, Domark doesn't have the licence for Ewoks: The Battle for Endor.
4 Soccer Simulators (Codemasters)
A tedious collection of football games and way overpriced.
Total Eclipse (Incentive)
A fabulous game-playing experience, but it must be said that if you have already played Driller and/or Dark Side, you may find it a bit samey.
A fresh twist on the old Breakout theme, a little too confusing to be playable.
Double Dragon (Melbourne House)
This could have been a great game - it's certainly great fun in the arcades. This conversion though captures little of the excitement of the original. Poor show.
Fist Plus (Firebird)
Three-player martial arts sim - fails to live up to its promise.
10 Great Games (Gremlin)
Good value-for-money compilation with some classics and very few turkeys.
History In The Making: The First Three Years (US Gold)
An above average collection of games in a nice box. Shame about the price.
Like a modernised version of the Ultimate Filmation games, with a lot more intelligence and sophistication, Knightmare is a must if you like a protracted challenge.
Excellent Breakout-style game.
How To Be A Complete Bastard (Ricochet)
Utterly, utterly tasteless exercise in drinking, farting and vomiting. Good, really.
Battle Tank Simulator (Zeppelin)
An original "golden oldie"... It's okay for a couple of quid - just don't expect what's promised in the blurb.
Computer Maniacs' Diary (Domark)
Honestly...! I can see no way that this can receive any merit as a full price game. Maybe as a free bonus with another game, yeah, but standing alone it's just too short lived.
Rambo III (Ocean)
Collection of three sub-games, none of which are particularly exciting or spectacular.
Final Assault (Epyx/Infogrames)
Competently designed but unremittingly tedious climbing sim.
BMX Freestyle (Codemasters)
One of the more sensible and enjoyable of the recent rash of BMX games, and it should shoot right to the top of the Christmas charts.
Star Farce (Mastertronic)
Star Farce is, by no means, the best shoot-'em-up I've ever seen, but it is a lot better than a lot I've seen recently.
Roy Of The Rovers (Gremlin)
Buy this game for the worst, fartbaggiest enemy you have and send it to him/her for Christmas. Otherwise, don't bother.
Dragon Ninja (Imagine)
As a conversion, the Speccy version ain't bad at all. Graphically, it is quite recognisable, and the end of level nasties are particularly well defined.
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