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An excellent adaptation of the oriental beat-'em-up theme, and a good conversion from the comic.
Card Sharks (Accolade/Electronic Arts)
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An original and enjoyable concept ruined by lack of variety.
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A decent and enjoyable game - even with the annoying multi-load.
An unusual and moderately appealing game marred by excessive emphasis on luck.
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A reasonable development of the Beach Head theme.
An admirably polished and challenging shoot-'em-up which maintains the high Hewson standards.
Advanced Tactical Fighter (Digital Integration)
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Blood Valley (Gremlin)
A poor interpretation of the role-playing books, consisting of uninspired and unvarying gameplay.
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Demons From The Darkside (Compass)
Any fun in this rapidly sours into tedium.
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An interesting idea ruined by its terrible aural and visual implementation.
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An interesting and edifying simulation... which unfortunately won't appeal to too many gamers.
Championship Sprint (Activision)
A sluggish and exasperating sequel to Super Sprint.
Professional BMX Simulator (Codemasters)
A beautifully presented and highly enjoyable racing simulation marred by slightly awkward controls.
Rolling Thunder (US Gold)
Only a mediocre conversion, but a playable game nonetheless.
An undistinguished shoot-'em-up, destined for obscurity.
A polished, original and beautifully presented program ruined by little diversity.
A below average Breakout variant only noteworthy for its construction set.
All the best features of the arcade game make this a superb conversion.
The Halls Of The Things (Firebird)
An ageing but very playable classic.
A reasonably playable shoot-'em-up marred by excessive emphasis on playing sequences.
Rockford (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A poor variant of a four-year old theme.
UCM (Mastertronic Added Dimension)
A reasonably playable but ultimately tedious Commando variant.
Initially challenging, ultimately unplayable.
An appealing mixture of puzzle plus shoot-'em-up action.
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