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Amiga Action (Jun, 1992)
Following on the heels of Spirit Of Excalibur, Vengeance revives the previous disappointment with a sequel of equally low stature.
Info (Mar, 1992)
What I like most about Vengeance, besides the graphics, is the medieval Spanish setting, where quarreling Christian kings are trying to oust the ruling Moors. It adds an exotic element that makes a refreshing difference from the standard Arthurian quest games. Vengeance of Excalibur is well worth adding to your graphic adventure game shelf.
Löblich umgesetzt wurden für den Amiga Grafik als auch Sound - mäßig war er halt immer schon. Warnen muß man jedoch die Disk-only-Besitzern denn ohne Festplatte ist das Game unspielbar! Ansonsten gilt: Zugreifen lohnt, gerade für Einsteiger!
Amiga Power (May, 1992)
Back in May last year we less-than-eccstatically reviewed this game’s predecessor, Spirit of Excalibur. This one is no better - Vengeance of Excalibur is just as slow in access time and there is still lots of disk swapping. In addition the game is not compatible with the A500 Plus – a ridiculous state of affairs with the Plus having been in the shops for a good six months, and one not helped out by a handy sticker or anything warning you of the fact on the box. Oh dear...
Power Play (Jun, 1992)
Vergleicht man Vengeance of Excalibur etwa mit den Strategie-Epen von Koei, dann kann selbst der kernigste Ritter depressiv werden. Was uns hier forgesetzt wird, ist weder technisch noch spielerisch zeitgemäß.