The Untouchables Reviews (Atari ST)
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The Games Machine (UK) (Feb, 1990)
The ST version is well up to the standards set by the Speccy and C64 games reviewed three issues ago, so say hello to Mr Capone with your .357 Magnum.
Zero (Dec, 1989)
Without a doubt the most fun you'll have on your ST for many a year. Storm your local software emporium now!
ACE (Advanced Computer Entertainment) (Feb, 1990)
The audio-visual element in The Untouchables is extremely polished: as we have come to expect from Ocean. It is a shame that the gameplay is a little difficult, especially in the earlier sections, as this prevents the game from being quite as accessible as it might have been to the average games player. Nevertheless that is a minor quibble against what is otherwise a superior game.
ST Format (Feb, 1990)
Although its difficult to find some of the levels exciting for long, they all have an element of originality in them. The unusual control methods which see you rolling along the floor, hiding behind walls and leaping in front of a pram are a lot of fun to play and, with great graphics as well, The Untouchables is very addictive. Looks like Ocean might be on the right track at last.
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Jan, 1990)
Die Amiga-und ST-Versionen zeichnen sich durch sehr feine Grafiken und hervorragende Animation aus. Besonders bei Amiga ist der Sound vom Allerfeinsten. THE UNTOUCHABLES erobern nach Kino-Erfolg auch unsere 16bit-Computer!
Power Play (Mar, 1990)
Im Vergleich zur C 64-Version hat sich bei "The Untouchables" nicht viel getan. Es bleibt eine mittelprächtige Mischung aus ordentlichen Geschicklichkeits-Prüfungen und stumpfsinniger Ballerei.