Sabre Team (Amiga CD32)

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Amiga Power
There are no major changes between this and the A1200 version of the game, mainly because all the problems had been ironed out between the 500 and 1200 versions. However, you do get an improved soundtrack, complete with extra sound bites from Mr Voiceover Man, Krisalis’ very own cool sounding due. Inexplicably, what you do not get are the extra two levels as promised a few months back. Yipes. What could have happened?
Amiga Format
Every pub in the country has its own SAS member. Our claimed to be working undercover as a street cleaner during the week while sabotaging Iraqi airbases at the weekend. Strangely, we all believed it. Perhaps it has got something to do with Sabre Team (Krisalis 0709 372290), an isometric strategy game which pits a team of our toughest fighting men against an assortment of scumbags, terrorists and Third World dictators.
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)
Schaut in die Replay-Abteilung dieser AMM - und ihr könnt dort eine A1200-Version des Spiels Sabre-Team von Krisalis finden, die dieser hier vollkommen ebenbürtig ist. Das Strategie-Game hat auf der Konsole ein paar Steuerungstücken, ansonsten ist alles das gleiche. Wer‘s mag - bitte schön...
Amiga Joker
Die erste Version von Krisalis' Söldner-Strategical konnte schon vor zwei Jahren Schwächen nicht verbergen, doch die aktuellen Neuauflagen für A1200 und CD32 bauen noch weiter ab: Unübersichtliche Iso-Grafik sorgt in Tateinheit mit dem bescheuert agierenden Computer und einer hakeligen Pad-Steuerung für Spielerfrust statt Taktiklust. Wer sich die Säbelraßler trotz lascher 53 Prozent antun will, sollte unbedingt per Maus kommandieren!