Raid over Moscow Reviews (Commodore 64)
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|Overall User Score (5 votes)||3.7|
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Tilt (Jan, 1985)
Graphismes et animations excellents, épreuves variées et sophistiquées mettent à rude épreuve coup d’œil et rapidité. Raid over Moscow s'impose dès aujourd'hui comme un des meilleurs logiciels de combat.
Your Commodore (Mar, 1985)
Should you choose to accept this mission, it's pretty hard but nevertheless pretty good - albeit in a questionable taste.
Info (Sep, 1984)
Bruce Carver and Access Software have followed their game beach head with another engrossing multi-screen challenge. This one is harder. Raid over Moscow has five action screens, some requiring skills similar to those needed in beach head and some unique. Do you tire of repeatedly slogging through the early screens only to reach higher levels with a small crew and lose to inexperience? Raid over Moscow allows you to relax through the demo mode until the later screens appear. Moving the joystick activates game mode and you can practice them in advance.
The Video Game Critic (Sep 27, 2013)
Once these tasks are complete you have 2 minutes to destroy the boss. If you do, great, the city is destroyed but you somehow survive. If you fail, at least you've given everything you could in order to preserve our way of life, just like a good soldier should! In either event, Moscow is toast and America wins. Just like real life.
Personal Computer Games (Feb, 1985)
Raid Over Moscow is n above-average shoot-'em-up marred by its gross scenario.
Commodore User (Dec, 1984)
Raid Over Moscow scores highly on graphics and playability. The game is much more difficult and challenging to play than Beach-Head, and will certainly take a lot to master.
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Oct 26, 2007)
Like Beach Head, it's all a tad clunky and dated now, with stunningly primitive graphics which, amazingly, everyone raved about at the time. If anything, including this old favourite in our selection illustrates just how far the C64 came in such a short space of time. Truly, Raid Over Moscow has a face only a mother could love.