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Robocop 2 (Ocean)
A massive game, packed with variety and playability.
Technically impressive and extremely playable.
Dragon Breed (Activision)
An ambitious conversion which disk owners will enjoy... On cassette, only the most patient of Dragon Breed fans will enjoy it.
Navy Seals (Ocean)
A superbly atmospheric and realistic mix of arcade action and tactics.
Days Of Thunder (Mindscape)
Six looped tracks offer little variety, but at least the C64 game is fast and plays all right. Both versions however, are hardly the hottest thing on four wheels.
Buck Rogers: Countdown To Doomsday (SSI/US Gold)
Absorbing and addictive... The king of the 'Tactical' RPG castle.
Mean Streets (Access/US Gold)
An interesting murder-mystery across six disks, with graphics including rather nice digitized images of actors and actresses as characters in the story.
Curse Of The Azure Bonds (SSI)
A dated game, despite the advanced graphics and sound... The combat system is very good with the game allowing the player to deal in tactical manoeuvring.
Captivating stuff! The game world is well-designed, the plot and the opponents are imaginative, and the puzzles ore challenging with many thrills and spills to keep you on the edge of your chair.
The presentation is glossy and entertaining, the challenge is high and tactical thought is necessary.
Silkworm (Mastertronic Plus)
Hard to beat... Technically impressive, with some okay sprites and top-notch backgrounds.
The Real Ghostbusters (The Hit Squad)
While gameplay isn't bad, later levels repeat the graphics from earlier ones and the end screen is the same as the one at the start, only with different text.
R-Type (The Hit Squad)
There's little to compete with R-Type for sheer style and quality of conversion.
Magic Land Dizzy (Codemasters)
Good fun, with a large play area to explore and some very fiendish puzzles that'll have you tearing out your hair.
Operation Wolf (The Hit Squad)
A simplistic game idea, very tough, but well done and if it appeals - buy it!
Target Renegade (The Hit Squad)
A fun way to release pent-up aggression.
Xenon (Mastertronic Plus)
Repetitive and unoriginal, this compares badly to Silkworm.
After Burner (The Hit Squad)
At least the main plane graphic looks good, which is about the only positive thing that can be said.
Chip's Challenge (US Gold)
A fascinating conversion of the Atari Lynx game... A big challenge that it's hard to leave alone.
Emlyn Hughes Arcade Quiz (Audiogenic)
The appeal of this quiz is strictly short-term: although it kept me entertained for an afternoon, I managed to get to the last screen in just a handful of attempts.
Helter Skelter (Audiogenic)
A fast, fun and playable arcade puzzle.
Strider II (US Gold)
Five levels provide a big, and very tough challenge. Unfortunately, end-of-level confrontations are made dull with Strider turning into a sluggish, tank-like robot.
The Amazing Spiderman (Empire)
A sluggish puzzle game fails to capture Spidey's charm.
The Spy Who Loved Me (Domark)
An uninspiring and unambitious conversion. Licence To Kill was much better!
James Pond: Underwater Agent (Millennium)
Cute and colourful... Twelve varied missions provide a big challenge, though repeating early levels could be offputting - a password system would have been welcome.
Golden Axe (Virgin)
Extremely easy to get into and great fun with two players... All the characters and creatures look good; nicely detailed and well-animated.
Night Shift (Lucasfilm/US Gold)
Working in a toy factory really is as good as your kid brother dreams!
Snowstrike (US Gold)
"Winners Say No To Drugs"... and this dire flight-arcade blast!
A slick remix of numerous shoot-'em-ups.
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