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Commodore 64ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Feb, 1986)
BLADERUNNER besticht durch seine ausgefeilte Graphic und vor allem durch den Sound-Track, der von Vangelis komponiert wurde. Die Spielidee ist nicht ganz neu (siehe oben!); dennoch erfordert das Game einiges Geschick, um die geforderte Aufgabe zu lösen. CRL hat mit BLADERUNNER (im Gegensatz zu TAU CETI) keine „Bäume ausgerissen“, aber doch ein ganz „brauchbares“ Game kreiert.
ZX SpectrumYour Sinclair (Mar, 1986)
Now I didn't expect the game to follow the film faithfully - it says on the inlay that it's a 'video game interpretation of the film score by Vangelis' - but a bit more variety in the gameplay wouldn't have gone amiss. Overall the idea for the game's fine but it feels unfinished. A touch more speed and a bit more polish would've improved it no end. As it is, I retired early from this one,
ZX SpectrumSinclair User (Mar, 1986)
The sequences between the action are well put together but, after you've seen them more than once you'll get an irresistible urge to smash up your Spectrum.
Commodore 64Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Feb, 1986)
Not a great follow up to the epic Tau Ceti for CRL and a waste of a good idea. Maybe Blade Runner would work as a budget product.
Commodore 64Zzap! (Feb, 1986)
Very slow, unplayable and dull. Not worth the money even if you're an ardent Blade Runner fan. The potential of a Blade Runner video game has not been realised.
Commodore 64Commodore User (Feb, 1986)
Blade Runner is another of those games like Friday the 13th that wouldn't be much cop at all without the title. It would be OK at £1.99 but not enough depth or lasting value for £9.95.