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76
Zzap! (Mar, 1989)
Dare you think it? Can you believe it? Could it ever make sense? Can you cope? What do you mean with what? With Ken D Fish, that's what. Yeah, looks like our very own loveable, cuddly, harmless and everso innocent Ken D Fish has a pretty shady distant past.
70
Ab dem zweiten Level wird TIGER ROAD nämlich extrem schwierig, bleibt aber noch relativ spielbar. Nur in diesem Punkt läßt sich diese 16-Bit-Fassung noch mit der C-64-Version messen, denn die ehemals müden Grafiken und Sprites wurden kräftig aufgepäppelt. Hübscher und etwas besser animiert hätten die Sprites zwar schon noch sein können, aber zum oberen Durchschnitt kann man sie zählen. TIGER ROAD ist also nix Besonderes, aber auf dem Amiga wesentlich ausgereifter als für die 6-Bitter.
70
Predictably, the graphics here are fairly close to the coin-op's, especially the well-animated and well-drawn character sprites. Atmospheric sound effects add to the action - all it needs is a dose of extra challenge, and it would be a great game.
70
Power Play (Apr, 1989)
Das Angebot an Extrawaffen ist eher dürftig, doch Freunden von Einzelkämpfer-Action wird das Spiel gefallen.
65
Commodore User (Apr, 1989)
I am all for simplicity, but this is a bit too simple for a beat ‘em up isn’t it? You are a sturdy little fellow whose job it is to get to the end of the game.
54
The One (Apr, 1989)
The sprites shuffle along unconvincingly and at times seem to be "floating" across the screen, while the black outline around most of the figures only help to make them look even more distant from the backdrops. A shame really, as if Tiger Road had same extra levels, weapons or gameplay elements it could have been outstanding.
40
Never a classic, Tiger Road now can't hold its own amongst the likes of Turrican and Gods, even at this price.