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The verdicts: Is Judge Dredd tough? Not guilty. Is it terrific? Not guilty. Is it worth playing? Guilty. You'll enjoy several decent Judgement Days with Judge Dredd.
It's very possible that Judge Dredd is simply too involved to make a successful translation to the Game Boy. If you just can't get enough of Judge Dredd action, however, this one can at least go in the car with you.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
The Gameboy versions fares worse, because it doesn't have cute pictures to keep your brain focused.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Judge Dredd seems to be all over the home market. From 16-bit to portable, you're sure to lose some graphic quality, but the surprisingly this game does have a lot of the effects and gameplay elements of its big Meg counterparts. The levels aren't quite as impressive or as fun on the little screen, but they still have a lot to offer. The biggest drawback is the shooting control, especially when trying to duck. It's a decent game but nothing special.
Diese Judge-Dredd-Version schlägt in dieselbe Kerbe wie zB. die GB-Umsetzung zu ‚Der König der Löwen‘ — Insgesamt eine Enttäuschung, die einen schwarzen Fleck auf die weiße Weste des Cops wirft.