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D'un intérêt limité en mode 1 joueur, Cyber Sled devient intéressant en mode Duel. Encore faut-il aimer les combats de tanks!
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
Many games don't have much replay value, but Cybersled's two-player head-to-head mode guarantees hours of brutal action. While it isn't quite the experience that Atari's similarly themed T-Mek is, it's still quite a game and a worthy addition to your Playstation library.
You know, I'm one of the world's biggest fans of the arcade version of Cybersled - just can't get enough of sitting down, grabbing those control handles and blast the hell out of some poor sucker who thinks he's hot. Which is why the home version is such a let down.
Despite it's average graphics, the gameplay is addicting if you're in the mood for some mindless shooting thrills. For extra intensity, shoot it out in the split-screen two-player game. Tank games will undoubtedly get better, but for now, Cyber Sled is a decent cyber shooter.
Every one drops the ball every once in a while.Even proven game masters like Namco are allowed to falter. CyberSled seems to be Namco's entry into the "good try, guys" department.
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One of the first coin-op translations released for the PlayStation, Cyber Sled is basically an updated, 3D version of Combat, the late 1970s Atari 2600 pack-in. For your hard-earned money, you deserve better than that.