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You can now sit back, breathe freely and think - wow, what a good game. I know I did. I have no massive niggles with this one at all - it's a painful multiload, the colour clash can be a bit ugly and, despite being bags of fun, the two-player option would be better if the heroes could fight each other (as in the arcade) - but considering the limitations of the Speccy it's great. Plus there are loads of dragons and elves in it. What more could a girl possibly ask for?
The graphics are a bit dodgy in places, but the strange controls make this a tad uncomfortable to play.
Si vous voulez un bon beat-them-all jouable à deux sur ZX Spectrum, ne cherchez pas plus loin: Golden Axe devrait vous combler à tous les niveaux. Si le portage souffre comme toujours des limitations techniques de la machine de Sinclair, il n’en propose pas moins une expérience ludique tout à fait agréable. À essayer.