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A reasonably accurate conversion. Fans of the arcade may glean some enjoyment from the action, but others may be disappointed by the lack of levels and slow game-play.
I can't understand how Activision could have made such a stupid mistake with the Amiga conversion. Unlike the coin-op and the 64 version, the two players are absolutely identical, making two-player games totally confusing! Otherwise, on both machines, the graphics are fine although never really spectacular. The kick and punch gameplay is fun, but except for defeating the large nasties, that's basically all there is to it.
I found the 64 game to be marginally the more playable of the two (especially for two players), making better use of the machine, although the multiload is a pain.
Die C64-Umsetzung von “Altered Beast“ ist genauso mies wie die Amiga-Fassung und nicht mal die Diskette wert, auf der es