Description of The Running Man
The Running Man is a video game published in 1989 on Commodore 64 by Grandslam Entertainments Ltd.. It's an action game, set in a cyberpunk / dark sci-fi, fighting, post-apocalyptic, sci-fi / futuristic, licensed title, brutal sports and movies themes, and was also released on Amiga, Amstrad CPC and Atari ST.
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Tervcsghevhdg 2018-04-03 0 point Amstrad CPC version
Great movie,but how is the game.Graphiclly it looks ok.Decent music and intro.But the game itself is awful to play,horridly bad platforming , awkward hit detection, and controls are broken.You can beat the game at around 12-19 minutes if you're good at it.Poor Arnie not having many good games on the Amstrad CPC and the Sinclair ZX Spectrum. The only decent games are Terminator 2:Judgment Day,Schwarzenegger Predator:Soon the Hunt Will Begin,and Schwarzenegger Total Recall.The bad ones are Schwarzenegger The Running Man,Red Heat,and The Last Action Hero (only available on the Commadore Amiga).Not that much variety only the mini games but they are pointless because even though you do not finished them you still go to the next level.Graphics:3/5.Music:3/5.Variety:2/5.Gameplay:1/5.Overall:2/10.
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