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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The scrolling is smooth and not as eye-wrenchingly painful as the Amstrad. The gameplay and levels are the same. Graphics have been improved but not by that much.
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt)
Fazit: TITAN ist ein schnelles, eigentlich zu schnelles Spielchen, das aufgrund seines „Krakanoid“-Schemas zwar interessant, aber schwer in die Hitlisten zu hieven ist!
The Games Machine (UK)
The larger levels and more flexible play that a scrolling Break-Out allows seem like a good idea at first, but the faults Titan gains from this outweigh the good points. The ball bounces around at high speed, leaving you chasing around after it like a madman. The bat's too small, and when you manage to hit the ball it reflects in a random direction - or at least, more often than not, a direction you don't want. And the backgrounds are a further distraction when quickly changing heading.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
Dull, Boring, Badly Programmed, Unplayable, Graphically and Sonically Average. DBBPUGSA. If you take some letters away and change a few, they make the word average. Says it all really.
Oh dear. I do not know how they managed to do it, but they have. Titus have managed to release a product even worse than anything they have ever released before.