If you don't already own this or you've worn the original out, go for the revised version but remember that Fairlight II is coming soon, which is actually being designed with the bigger Spectrum in mind.
Quite simply excellent. Good use of sound, colour and graphics all combine to produce one of Mastertronic's best games this summer. Don't pass a software shop without letting this one fall into your lap.
One description also tells you that you see a lake to the west, but take the south-east exit and there you are by the lake, west taking you up a hill. Too many of the dreaded sudden death routines as well.
In all honesty, I can't comment on how expertly Psi Chess plays compared with its competitors in the computer chess championship, but I'd guess that the memory required for graphics could've taken the edge off some of its strategies.
A simple, well-execute idea. You can also choose whether you want to play the British or European versions of the game. (In the European version the cars drive on the wrong side of the road, some even drive backwards which makes for interesting game play).
If you like shooty games, this is as good a game as any I suppose. In originality of gameplay, this ranks alongside most of the best budget games. Which would be fine if it was a budget game. But it isn't.
As you make your way up to and hopefully across the Cara River, you'll encounter quaintly named creatures like the Urga-Mauls, Quargs and Cavezats, most of which will gladly attack you soon as look at you.