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Ah, one of my all-time faves this - a beat-em-up which allows all the dirty tactics you could ask for. Many an enjoyable hours brawling's in store for anyone with the brawn to try it out. Without doubt one of the C64's finest moments for sheer arcade fun. love it.
A thoroughly entertaining fighting romp through New York.
The Games Machine (UK)
The graphics aren't as impressive or detailed as those of the Amstrad version, but they are smooth and feature some good animation. The keyboard is required for punching and kicking, which adds to the frustration of dying in the heat of the moment. A minor drawback for this otherwise excellent coin-op conversion.
Computer and Video Games (CVG)
The graphics aren't as nicely defined as those on the Spectrum, and the control system is a tad iffy, but Renegade is still a worthwhile buy.
Whilst the graphics and animation aren't brilliant, they are not by any means bad. Renegade does play extremely well though and you will be struggling and cursing with this for hours, mind you that is not just because it is addictive - it is, but it is also very hard. Harder than the coin-op in fact.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
Renegade on the C64 is not as exciting or as polished as on other machines. Only having four sprites on the screen at any one time means you lose the sense that you're fighting against huge odds. The graphics themselves are poor - and what is a good game on other machines becomes very average on the C64.