Terminator 2 Judgment Day
An absolutely dire movie tie-in licence game from Ocean, with almost everything in 16 colours and crunched using Pack-Ice. This game was obviously written with an Atari ST conversion in mind, and there's almost minimal gameplay. I pity anyone that shelled out £25 for this rubbish back in 1991.
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