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This is by the team that programmed Dragon's Lair, so as you would expect, the graphics are much better than anything else you'll see on the ST game scene. Sound is good too, with a combination of racy and mysterious tunes played at the appropriate moments. Unlike Dragon's Lair, Wrath of the Demon has the extra element of good playability. Granted, some levels are a bit tedious, but there are enough thrills to keep you coming back for more. The Save option proves extremely useful. You'll have to use it to explore the full depths of the game.
Die technische Qualität ist, wie gesagt, nicht so gut wie beim Amiga, aber ich werde den Eindruck nicht los, daß - zumindest auf dem ersten Bild - die Geschwindigkeit etwas höher ist. Sei es, wie es sei, auch den Atari-Conans kann man dieses Game ruhigen Gewissens empfehlen.