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The Video Game Critic
This edition of River Raid even throws in a few extra challenges to ratchet up the difficulty. Special helicopters can fire missiles at you, and tanks line up and fire at you from the riverbank! Your plane is a pleasure to control, and your precision-guided missiles make it possible to obliterate everything in your path. Just make sure to keep an eye on that fuel supply, since fuel barges become more and more scarce as you progress. River Raid has four levels of difficulty. If you're getting tired of the Atari 2600 version, give this one a try.
Das Proqramm ist grafisch fast völlig mit dem für die Atari-Computer identisch. ColecoVision-Besitzer dürften ihren Spaß daran haben, denn schnelle und ständige Action und viel Abwechslung sind garantiert.
All Game Guide
Overall, River Raid is a welcome addition to the ColecoVision library, especially for those without an Atari 2600 adapter. Every system needs its share of fast-action, sweat-inducing shooters.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games
This game is dirt common on any system other than maybe the PC Jr. With that said, pick any other version than this one. The controls, graphics, and changed gameplay mechanics are far below the standard set by other ports on the console.