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6 February 2017, 12:11 pm

[AMSTRAD CPC] Power Drift - Longplay & Review (Part 1 of 2)

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Some interesting points made here. One of the things I never noticed originally playing this in 89 was the weird CD, especially with the trees, I guess they just assumed people wouldn't attempt to go that close to them. I know I never did!


I also noticed about halfway through the video you were dangerously close to the side wheels and it didn't collide either.  ;)


AA rated this highly, I didn't get it. I thought it was very boring to play, and as you mentioned, every track had the EXACT SAME color scheme which took away from it, especially when you're a 64k tape user, and this was a real bad multiload nightmare. It's like the graphics guys got lazy as the deadline loomed. And as you also pointed out, it's too slow.


I don't think the opponents cars crashed into each other in the arcade version either, so at least it was consistent if anything else. I'm not a fan of opponents cars crashing out anyway. It used to drive me insane on WEC Le Mans!  :laugh:


And yes, longplayers using cheats annoy me too. Sorry, but if you can't play the game as it's meant, don't try longplaying it.
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