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Commodore 64ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment)
An interesting angle to the zap-em-up theme. £2.99 for a slice of history, even a re-humped slice, is going to be very difficult to refuse.
Atari STThe Games Machine (UK)
At first the control system is a little awkward, but practise solves this. A more serious flaw is the presentation which is uniformly mediocre: Minter
's psychedelic Pac-Man
ghosts, deadly washing machines and vicious Amiga disks all seem very flat and 2-D. Nevertheless the essential playability of the combat remains unaffected.
Atari STComputer and Video Games (CVG)
The gripe aside it is still nice to see Mastertronic whacking out 16-bit titles at £9.99. Sure Revenge II is not the best thing either of them have ever done - but remember just a couple of issues ago - the excellent Side Winder
- that was a C+VG Game of the Month, so I am sticking with M'tronic for the time being.
AmigaThe Games Machine (UK)
The unvaried action soon becomes boring, despite the strategy element - but it may be of interest to ex-C64 owners who don't mind spending ten pounds for a largely uninspiring trip down memory lane.
Atari STST Action
Although being his game, Revenge II has not been programmed by Jeff [Minter]. Unfortunately, this factor is instantly recognizable and the game becomes nothing more than a flattering piece of plagiarism. Still, if you were an original Yak fan, then it may well be worth the budget price Mastertronic are asking.