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The Edge
Not Known
1987
Compilation
£8.99
English
ZX Spectrum 48K
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Marcus Berkmann
Chris Bourne

More plundering of vaults as The Edge disinters its own collection of 'Those You Have Loved'. This one is very much in the 'One Ripsnorter And The Rest's Rubbish' mode, a bit like Virgin's Now Games 4 which we looked at last time. The nerve-tingler there was Dan Dare, and here it's Bobby bearing, a brilliant marbly 3D arcade adventure and one of the best games we've ever seen from The Edge. But then there are the others. Brian Bloodaxe is a platform game of stultifying unoriginality, Starbike is a rip-off of Lunar Jetman, Psytraxx has 1000 rooms but not much in any of 'em, and That's The Spirit is a multi-screen city romp a la Ghostbusters, except without the jokes. If you haven't seen B Bearing, this is good value. Otherwise, steer well clear.

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Bobby Bearing