The Spy Who Loved Me Reviews (Commodore 64)
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Computer and Video Games (CVG) (Feb, 1991)
Nifty graphics (with the exception of the title screen, which makes Bond's suave and debonair features look as if they've been savaged by a steamroller!) and some nice tunes combine with the fast n' frantic gameplay to make this the best Bond game yet to appear on the 64. Pick it up now, or M will never forgive you!
ASM (Aktueller Software Markt) (Oct, 1990)
„Viel Liebe zum Detail“ (O-Ton Otti) wurde bei der Darstellung von Drehungen, Wendungen und Explosionen der Karren deutlich. Sowohl die 64er wie auch die Amiga-Versionen sind grafisch und soundmäßig überdurchschnittlich; leider aber nichts Weltbewegendes. Für Fans ein Muß!
Commodore Format (Jun, 1992)
This is one of those games that certainly isn't bad, but isn't special either. It's certainly got that addictive 'one-more-go-and-hang-the-expense' factor, but ultimately, it's a simple game that remains the same every time you play. Graphics are fine, and you get a fair bit of speed up, so it's not rubbish on that score. That's about all I can think to say about it. Oh, the film has got some good bits in too.
Commodore Format (Jan, 1991)
The Spy Who Loved me is a derivative game - there's nothing new about the Spy Hunter-style truck nor the progressive weaponry. But, having said that, it's a fair blaster which offers a fair whack of variety and will keep you occupied for a while, as long as you force yourself to ignore the poor presentation.
Power Play (Feb, 1991)
Das Spiel zum Film "Der Spion der mich liebte" verliert auf dem C 64 einiges an Reiz. Gegenüber den 16-Bit-Versionen ist nicht nur die Grafik abgesackt, auch die Spielbarkeit bei einigen Actionsequenzen hat gelitten.