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Play Time (Apr, 1991)
Grafiken noch gut, aber nicht so klar definiert. Die Musik leider ein bißchen schrill. Das Rollen der Bilder ist auch nicht so gut, trotzdem ist diese Version noch kaufwürdig, wenn Sie keinen AMIGA besitzen.
Raze (Jul, 1991)
Like Virgin's previous comical tie-in Monty Python, Viz the Game just about manages to translate onto computer. Although to truly appreciate the game, you'll need to have read a good few issues of the comic.
Unfortunately the biggest problem with Viz is that, although very playable, it's too simplistic and lacks variety. The six sub-games are all joystick-waggling variants, and it won't be long before you've seen them all and become completely proficient in them. The races themselves are fun for a while, and there's a certain urge to play on to see the new courses and characters, but they've very tough, sometimes frustratingly so. If you're a big fan of the comic then you'll get some fun star spotting, but those looking for a classic game are likely to be disappointed.
As a game all this is most likely to appeal to exactly the sort of people who aren't allowed to buy it - kids. Adults should consider sticking their nose in a Viz book instead.
Almost identical to the Amiga version, ST Viz is okay in the audio-visual departments, but a bit yawnsome as far as gameplay is concerned. Diehard Viz fans might love it, but as with the other versions, this isn't half as entertaining as a copy of the mag of the same name.
Und was machen wir nun mit dem Spiel? Wir küren es zum Flop des Monats, stecken die Disketten fein säuberlich in die Verpackung zurück und schicken sie der örtlichen Kläranlage. Dort, und nirgendwo anders, findet VIZ seine ewige Ruhe. Darauf könnt Ihr einen lassen...