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Back of long case (Playstation):
    HIGH-TECH TANKS MEET FULL BLOWN, FIRST PERSON FIREPOWER.

    Cybersled catapults you to a future where tank warfare resembles formula one racing on an arena football field. Eleven armored battlesleds play hide-and-seek, then seek-and-destroy; each with enough weaponry to take out the former Soviet Union. Their sole purpose? Blow you to scrap. Blink, and you're Cyber-Dead.

    11 tanks with unique battle characteristics. How are the shields? Choose wrong, and your battlesled doubles as a really expensive coffin

    8 incredible battle zones - know the turf or get buried in it.

    Two modes of play - you against 11 computer tank terrorists or go two player and incinerate friends & family

    Two views to kill - inside your tank or directly behind it

    Three atmospheres for combat - clear sky, night time or fog bound for less radar detection

    Texture mapped graphics for the ultimate in detail and raging realism

    Contributed by Psychopat (1521) on Jun 12, 2020.

uk.playstation.com:
    Two contestants enter the arena in this enhanced conversion of the all-time classic arcade hit from Namco, but only one can leave . . . A first-person combat game, Cybersled places the player at the controls of a high-tech battle tank in a futuristic combat environment populated by looming towers and giant obstacles.

    There are 12 tanks to choose from, differing in armour, speed and weaponry values. This choice obviously affects gameplay, as Cybersled can be played either as a game of cunning, cat-and-mouse style, or like a game of chicken where sheer nerve and the will to win determine the final outcome.

    Contributed by Xoleras (66500) on Oct 04, 2004.

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