DOS - 1990
Description of Wild Streets
Wild Streets is an average side-scrolling arcade game-- no more, no less. Characters are cardboard cutouts, graphics is below average, and fight animations are unconvincing. The hero (a cop in this case) only has 2 fighting moves-- punching and kicking, and repetitive scenery makes the game boring very fast.
The game's only saving grace is the panther, which is your sidekick, and can help you out in tough spots. Actually, its claws seem to be much more powerful than your attacks, so the game becomes an easy affair of evading tougher enemies to let your panther take care of them.
Titus is never known for excellent games, but with uninspired graphics, lack of variety, and hordes of same enemies over and over, Wild Streets is one of their worst.
Review By HOTUD
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Mighty Beater of Computer Games 2014-10-23 4 points DOS version
The way to beat a computer game like you describe is to not pay your electricity bill and then watch the computer run out of power and as you have plenty of chow in the house to power you, you then raise your arms in victory declaring that you have beat the game!
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