& Reviewed by Neil Collins
Wild streets is a very poor side scrolling beat-em-up
by Titus Software...
plot: battle through 5 levels to find your captive
friend and then return back through the five levels,
protecting him from the hordes of bad guys. Very poor
game. I found simply jumping over the oncoming villains
took me through the five levels in a few minutes!
Ah! More people to
hop over :)
HOW WAS IT COMPLETED?:
I used an infinite energy cheat. I'm pretty sure it
wasn't needed though.
SO WHAT HAPPENS?:
You return to the house from where you started and you
get a message to tell you that you have been successful
and that you are a top agent.
- Andy Vaisey:
Wow! That's one very boring, pile of cack game with a
- Gaz Spence:
I hadn't realised they made a game about Middlesbrough!
A very flaky release by Titus that as with Dick Tracy
shows that the C64 lagged behind the CPC in France. I
think the rating of 2 for the ending is generous.
- Brendan Phoenix:
I remember the ZZAP!64 review of this - also remember
the ad showed some impressive looking (at the time)
Amiga screenshots, but the game - even on that format -
stank (like the ending).
- Andrew Fisher:
Why play this when you can play the excellent conversion
of Shadow Dancer?
This pet needs taking out the back for a lethal
FINAL SAY: There are better things to do than
play this game. Like play a different one..
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