Description of Red Heat
If you haven't played Red Heat or want to try this action video game, download it now for free! Published in 1989 by Ocean Software Ltd., Red Heat (aka Double Détente) was an above-average beat 'em up / brawler title in its time.
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Tervcsghevhdg 2018-04-03 0 point Amstrad CPC version
This game is boring,long,and hard.Let's start with the good things.It is not colorful but you do not have to use your imagination to reconise Arnie's sprite,the enemies are detailed too.The music is nice but verrrrrrrry slow,it sounded better on the ZX SPECTRUM.Now what are the things that don't work.Well the variety is nice like the mini games but l though they were annoying.The gameplay is not good enemies can throw unfair blows.And your punches are delayed.Headbutts are my preferred attack but its very short ranged Arnie looks silly doing it.No in-game music.Graphics:4/5.Music:3/5.Variety:2.5/5.Gameplay:2/5.The game is long,boring,and bland.Only recommended to look at the presentation.Overall:5/10.
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