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Started by chinnyhill10, 13:35, 13 March 15
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Quote from: EgoTrip on 14:23, 13 March 15There is one significantly worse Dizzy game than Bubble Dizzy. Which really takes some doing. That is Dizzy Down the cRapids.Shameful cash-ins.
Quote from: EgoTrip on 15:25, 13 March 15The shameful part is knowingly selling a sub-standard piece of software, even if it is budget, knowing people will buy it because it stars Dizzy. Sure people are stupid but is it really right to exploit that stupidity? Especially when a magazine gives the game a good review when it clearly is bad. This was before the days of the internet, and the only way people got to find out about games was reading magazine reviews.They were more than capable of creating good quality budget games, and often did, so there really is no excuse.
Quote from: kilon on 15:09, 13 March 15Are they ? Sure the game is crap, but if people are willing to pay to play it , what so shameful about that ? Supply and demand. The irony here is that best version, the only version that looked fun to play was the one with the weakest hardware specs, C64.
Quote from: CraigsBar on 15:47, 13 March 15I must admit, the Amiga version looks to play well and appears quite good.
Quote from: chinnyhill10 on 19:29, 13 March 15. Didn't AA give it about 80% or something? God knows how!
Quote from: CraigsBar on 23:04, 13 March 15they might have reviewed the Amiga version by mistake.
Quote from: chinnyhill10 on 23:14, 13 March 15The kind of thing ACU would do in the later years but not AA who were quite happy to slaughter games if they saw fit (e.g. Count Duckula 2, and The Jetsons). In fact didn't they hate Dizzy Down The Rapids as well?
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