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Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.4
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.5
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Join James Bond in his second Timothy Dalton 007 extravaganzas. Chase drug smuggler Sanchez across six levels of flying, shooting and car chasing, then, in the great Bond tradition, go back and do it all again. Licence to Kill is still the best of the Bond games in my opinion, with good use of graphics and differing styles of gameplay, making this a tough, variety-packed and graphically pleasing jaunt with the man himself.
Crash! (Sep, 1989)
Good adaption of the film, playable when you're used to the difficulty level.
The Spectrum game - unsurprisingly monochromatic - has well defined sprites. All in all Licence to Kill is full of the action Bond fans have come to expect over the last 37 years of his active service.
Your Sinclair (Sep, 1989)
Yeah, it's good. Not as good as Sean Connery, but better than George Lazenby. And it's streets ahead - towns, even - of Domarks previous Bond releases. As Q would say, "Now pay aitention. 007..." (Eh? Ed)
One of the better 007 Domark excursions. Licence to Kill offers would-be members of the Secret Service the chance to lake out a drug baron across several levels of vertically scrolling annihilation. Licence to Kill is quite an addictive little number, but the monochromatic graphics cause the baddies' bullets to become almost invisible on some levels. If you're a Bond fan, you'll doubtlessly love this. Others may be put off by the frustrating gameplay.
Zzap! (Italy) (Oct, 1989)
Lo Spectrum si comporta bene difronte a questo tie-in e in fondo le situazioni piĆ¹ interessanti del film le trovate tutte.