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TeleMatch (Dec, 1984)
Zusammengefaßt: Ein grafisch hochwertiges, inhaltlich reizvolles Programm mit auflockernden Action-Elementen, das auch langfristig fesselt. Deshalb empfehlenswert.
Crash! (Jun, 1984)
This game builds up your skill qualities until you are ready for the grand finale — a very good idea. The graphics move about realistically and in full perspective, the 10 segments of the space station are all very well drawn. The upward scrolling information on the Screen Report is great, as you can see what damage is occurring while you’re fighting off the alien saucers. Colour and sound have been used well, although there isn’t a great deal of colour in the game itself. Your last five scores are taken and averaged for promotion, which is a marvellous idea, although it can be disheartening if one of them happens to be very high. Psytron is fantastic fun to play and the difficulty of each level and the fact that there are six levels means that it is going to take a long time to master, making it dangerously addictive. Definitely a thousand percent better than Space Station Zebra, and overall breathtaking and overwhelming.
Sinclair User (Aug, 1984)
What sets Psytron apart is its staggering complexity and extremely high-quality graphics.
Micro 7 (Oct, 1984)
Ce jeu est l'exemple typique de la qualité graphique atteinte désormais par des jeux de stratégie.
All the normal features are here - sound effects and joystick options. The 20-page manual tells you almost everything you need to know, but is let down by some awful grammar and spelling. The important facts are correct, though. It's well worth the £9.95 asking price, but - be warned - it's not a game which you can conquer in a single sitting.
MicroHobby (Nov 13, 1984)
Está recomendado a los que quieran pasar largas horas de espacimiento con su Spectrum.

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