|Genre:||Unknown Genre Type|
|Cover Art Language:||English|
|Machine Compatibility:||Spectrum 48K, Spectrum 128K, Spectrum +2, Spectrum +3|
|Release:||Magazine available via High Street/Mail Order|
|Original Release Date:||1st October 1991|
|Original Release Price:||Unknown|
|Market Valuation:||£3.00 (How Is This Calculated?)|
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Dizzy's Excellent Adventures (Codemasters)
Dizzy's Excellent Adventures sees the little egghead coming out of his shell and going from strength to strength with three new adventures and two well known ones. Good fun, especially for those who are already fans.
Lemmings may be infuriatingly good at being crap, but this animal trait actually makes an excellent game. It's new, novel and nifty so don't be thrifty, be well nifty and slope off now and buy it.
A fine collection whose lastability is greatly enhanced by some well known and highly playable games. If you're into platform adventure and racing this is the one for you.
Not a very big collection by comparison with some others on offer this Christmas. Nevertheless, it does have lots of action and adventure and, unlike the larger packages, there are no really naff games on board.
A very reasonable conversion that unfortunately becomes increasingly annoying each time you play it so after a little time you'll see pigs fly - straight out of the nearest window.
This game had potential but none of it was realised. Only get it if you like being frustrated.
With at least three outstanding titles and a fistful of good ones, this Capcom Collection looks promising. Eight games sounds like a darn fine deal and that's the conclusion we've come to here.
An average compilation with some fine simulations if you're into that sort of thing. Italy 1990 and Pro Tennis Sim are the best titles available here.
Cartoon Collection (Codemasters)
Get this one along with Dizzy's Excellent Adventures and you'll be happy throughout Christmas and for a good while afterwards too.
Pure shoot 'em up action in land or airborne form. A very fast shoot 'em up with lots of action and lastability. You won't put it down 'till you've finished.
Not quite in the same class as Double Dragon III but miles ahead of the first game. This is a fun beat-'em-up that can get a little difficult at times.
The graphics look good - if a little basic by today's standards - but it's a game that demands every ounce of concentration.
Raw, biting shoot em up action which you won't regret buying!
Operation Thunderbolt (The Hit Squad)
Excellent. It's almost the ultimate shoot 'em up but the sluggishness of your sight mars the game.
Stunt Car Racer (The Hit Squad)
Stunt Car Racer is without doubt the greatest ever racing game on the Spectrum and no-one should be without it.
Will give a few short hours of enjoyment on the big day itself then get put away for another year and the next generation of games players.
A boring, dull and dingy game that has little to offer, even to the hardened simulation fan.
Fast, accurate action and superbly animated sprites make it completely essential paying for beat 'em up fans.
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