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Bad Company (Atari ST)

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1.0
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The Games Machine (UK)
Smooth, fast-moving sprites keep up with the relentless pace of the game. Graphics are well-detailed, with a good use of colour and shading. Blasting fans are certainly well catered for here. Although it's too expensive for such an old formula.
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ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The only problem with Bad Company is there is not enough to it. It is over-reliant on graphics and effects to provide the game challenge. At least in Space Harrier there was the end of level dragons and the desire to complete levels progressively. Bad Company lacks an overriding objective or series of mini-objectives to sustain interest. Pretty and all as it is you soon tire of the simple pleasure of wasting things.
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Power Play
Der konfuse "Space Harrier" - Verschnitt "Bad Company" macht seinem Namen alle Ehre. In schlechter Gesellschaft befinden Sie sich in der Tat mit Bad Company, sollten Sie es dummerweise gekauft haben.