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Activision Inc
1987
Arcade: Shoot-em-up
£9.99
£2.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
Multiple schemes

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Chris Bourne

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Any game that gives you more than ten lives (or their equivalent) should put you on your guard for frustratingly unavoidable deaths, and here's a case in point. When it comes to attrition gameplay, this Schwarzenegg'-em-up comes out tops every time. Ploughing through a hostile jungle you might expect to take hits from snipers, but would Arnold really get killed by bats? And would he really (in films rather than real life) be faced with enemy firepower he couldn't help getting wounded by? Being ground down without actually making mistakes to deserve it is just too frustrating for words but, if your blood's still a bit below boiling point, why not check out the extra weapons? You can pick up any thing from a machine pistol to a 6,000 rounds per minute mini-gun but your fire rate stays infuriatingly constant. Sounds like a bit of a raw deal, hmmm?

Not Rated

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