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ST Action (Mar, 1993)
It's got most of the features of the first two games combined and a rather top track editor too. Renders the others pointless really.
Atari ST User (Dec, 1992)
While Lotus 3 isn't original, and certainly isn't the best game in recent months, it's nevertheless a playable product with a fair bit of depth. There are lots of levels to go through, and the facility to design your own adds a great deal to the game.
Auf Sprachausgabe wurde gänzlich verzichtet. Doch dies dürfte ST-Besitzer kaum stören, da LOTUS TURBO CHALLENGE 2 den Rechner insgesamt sehr zufriedenstellend ausnutzt.
Power Play (Dec, 1992)
Auf Ataris 16-Bitter hinterläßt Gremlins Flitzer einen, im Vergleich zur Amiga-Version fast identischen Eindruck. Schnelle Grafik, abwechslungsreiche Strecken und die durchdachte Steuerung motivieren extrem lange.
ST Format (Dec, 1992)
If you're a fan of driving games, it's pretty likely that you already own one of the other Lotus affairs. So, the big issue here is whether or not you should bother buying the sequel to the sequel. Is it really as deluxe as the hype suggests? Well, the RECS is well-designed, but, if you use it subtly, it's difficult to notice any difference. Only when you crank the curve-sharpness up to 100% and the scenery down to 0% do things begin to seriously change. As a single selling point, the RECS is pushing it — particularly if you have Lotus 2. Remember: Lotus 3 is the Bentley to Crazy Cars 3's Rolls Royce.