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Yes, Savage is savage - on both your joystick palm and fire-button finger. If you aren't quick, you're dead. You earn extra points and bonus lives by battling and winning over those who confront you. Savage is a very good arcade/fantasy game and is well named!
The Games Machine (UK)
The three stages are based on tried and tested designs, with gameplay nicely balanced between playability and difficulty. Stages two and three may be played without entering a password, leaving you to battle with only a single life, but ensuring you see the whole lively package.
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
The three stages offer different tests of game-playing ability, but no single one is that good. As a package, though, it hangs together well.