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An admirably polished and challenging shoot 'em up which maintains the high Hewson standards.
Se ve la sentite di provare un nuovo modo di intendere lo spara e fuggi, se riuscite a recuperare (abbastanza facilmente) la cassetta od il disco (oppure la mitica Cecco’s collection: Cybernoid, Cybernoid 2, Exolon, Stormlord…) gettatevi a capofitto in questo turbine claustrofobico e malato. Perderete sicuramente in nervi, ma il vostro animo ve ne sarà eternamente grato.
The Games Machine (UK)
Quite a novelty for the Commodore is the Define Keys options, and surprisingly Cybernoid plays better on keys than joystick. Sound has been well executed, with either a theme tune or sound FX running throughout the game. Cybernoid retains its addictive challenge and represents one of the best Commodore buys this month.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
If your a fan of this type of game then your probably love it to bits, but if your looking for something new and innovative, then perhaps you should look elsewhere.