Description: The classic comedy/war game started right here on the Amiga. I always found this game extremely frustrating, as you'd carry your named characters through levels, and get attached to them as you see them gain rank along the way, only to have them wiped out by a stray bullet or some other cheap shot. Using a mouse is highly recommended, though the game is still quite playable with the controller. This game was included in the "Critical Zone" CD32 bundle (we're not currently aware of any differences between the pack-in and the retail versions). Seems to play properly in NTSC, though the music will be glitchy, and you won't be able to see the bottom of the screen, which will almost certainly lead to problems in some missions. You can save your game to the CD32's internal memory. This disc has an unusual structure. There's a second track on the disk in Mode 2 XA format that seems to contain MPEG2 data. Perhaps this will make use of the FMV module? In any case, it's obvious that the developers knew the system well, and took the time to do a good job on this port.
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Also Released On: 3DO, Archimedes, Jaguar, Atari ST, GBC, DOS, Genesis, SNES, PSP
Improvements over Amiga version: FMV
NTSC Issues: Difficult due to cutoff, glitchy music.