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80
Zero (May, 1990)
Basically the game is a Gauntlet clone - not as good as the original and a tad more expensive. [Budget re-release]
78
If you already bought Garrison I then the question is do you want to pay a hefty £25 for an extra set of levels. If you haven't then the choice is much easier.
72
Your Amiga (Jun, 1988)
This is the equivalent to Gauntlet's The Deeper Dungeons and is basically 128 more screens of hack and slay for those of you who liked the first 128. Like Garrison, the game comes as two disks, the first disk being the "game", the second being the data disk. Both are compatible, so you can play with whatever version you like. Personally I preferred the second disk's dungeon layouts as they are generally more inventive, they require more solving and they have more things to do.
69
Amiga Computing (Aug, 1988)
Garrison II is recommended, but not if you don't have loads of money, or have Garrison. If you have the original you'll have to answer the question, do I cough up £25 for a new data disc? It is a pity that Rainbow Arts hasn't improved the gameplay in areas like letting four players on screen simultaneously. Maybe we'll get that in Garrison III. Anyway, it's still a cracking program, and nearest thing you are ever going to get to Gauntlet on your Amiga.
65
Power Play (Mar, 1988)
Die Grafik ist immer noch ansehnlich. Einige Monster schauen recht schnucklig aus. Das Scrolling ist zwar ruckfrei, aber dafür äußerst langsam. Darunter leidet auch der Spielspaß. Musikalisch wird nur Durchschnittliches geboten. Wer Garrison I nicht hat und eine Gauntlet-Variante für seinen Amiga sucht, ist mit dem abwechslungsreichen Action-Spiel Garrison II sicherlich ganz gut bedient. Garrison I-Besitzer sollten die Finger davon lassen.
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Happy Computer (Mar, 1988)
Wer Garrison I noch nicht hat, und eine Gauntlet-Variante für seinen Amiga will, der sollte sich Garrison II genauer ansehen. Grafik und Sound sind recht ordentlich. Enttäuschend ist dagegen das Scrolling. Man kann schneller laufen, als sich das Spielfeld verschiebt. Ähnlich wie Gauntlet macht Garrison II zu zweit am meisten Spaß, zumal sich die Recken gegenseitig beschießen können.
62
For Gauntlet fans without a home-computer version, Garrison II should be taken into consideration. Anyone who enjoyed Garrison I will obviously be interested, but £24.99 is very pricey for a new set of mazes.
60
Commodore User (Jun, 1988)
Unless you missed out on the first Garrison I find it difficult to recommend Garrison II. It simply doesn't offer enough beyond its predecessor and I have to admit I'm getting a little tired of this kind of game, even when it's this good...
40
For Gauntlet fans without a home-computer version, Garrison II should be taken into consideration. Anyone who has enjoyed Garrison I will obviously be interested, but £24.99 is very pricey for a new set of mazes.


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