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Ork Atari ST Roger Dean was here.

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ST Format (Nov, 1992)
The single most important factor in any game is how addictive you find it - if it leaves you uninspired, then you're not going to bother with it again. Ork is a semi-addictive game - brilliant if you're a hardened game-player who relishes a major challenge, but deadly if you like to feel that you're going to get somewhere. Technically, you can't fault this game. It has sumptuous graphics, bottom-wobbling sound and great scrolling, but for some reason, it feels strangely empty and leaves you feeling unfulfilled. There are some great games available for your ST, but Ork isn't one of them.


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