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The graphics and sound are good, with non-stop action from start to finish. Tiger Road is a good addition to an Atari ST library.
Wie ich schon sagte, schnell, wild, bunt und blutig, zumindest, wenn es Blut gäbe.
Doch wie wir alle wissen, bluten Pixel nicht. Wäre das nicht der Fall, dann würden Sie nach dem Spiel in Blut ertrinken.
A brighter colour scheme makes this version ever-so-slightly more impressive graphically than the Amiga. Otherwise the gameplay remains the same, but the unimpressive sound is a real lot-down, consisting of tinny digitised sword-clashes and title music. Not surprisingly it's a two-disk affair, but swapping has been kept to a minimum.
[Budget re-release] Never a classic, Tiger Road now can't hold its own amongst the likes of Turrican
, even at this price.
"Tiger Road", claims US Gold, "is a games legend in the history of software". Perhaps it meant a legend such as the Mary Celeste - a big box with nothing worthwhile inside.