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Power Unlimited (May, 1994)
In deze oogstrelende interactieve tekenfilm bestuur je geen karakter, maar de loop der gebeurtenissen. Je moet echter bijna bovennatuurrlijk snel zijn, want je hebt nauwelijks tijd om een keuze te maken. Uniek, maar alleen geschikt voor speedfreaks.
Joystick (French) (Mar, 1994)
C'est fastidieux, ça manque vraiment d'intérêt, mais Dieu que c'est beau !
GamePro (US) (Oct, 1994)
Although the control is as hard as it was in Dragon's Lair for the CD-i, you'll have a lot more fun here than you will dueling dragons. Maybe it's because we've seen that one many times before. Space Ace is as fresh as a cosmic wind.
The CD-i is really becoming a strong contender with games like this. Space Ace is a blast to play and is truly faithful to the original coin-op. The digital video is perfect and the game controls are great. Space Ace can be difficult to play at first until you get the timing down. However, after beating it a few times, the challenge is gone. If you are an owner of the CD-i, you don't want to pass up this perfect translation.
A perfect arcade translation. However, this game is more entertaining to watch than it is to play - just let me see the cartoon! It's just too frustrating to play. (Although the various death sequences are amusing.)
Overall, a decent game, nothing overly spectacular. But if you're into the FMV games, or are a fan of Don Bluth's animation style, it's worth a play.
High Score (Aug, 1994)
Ett spel som är mycket snyggt och med suveränt ljud men är komplett ospelbart.