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Human Killing Machine
Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Tiertex
Year of release: 1989

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small ST picture raytraced by Rich Davey 2001

Matt_B wrote ...2006-09-05 07:01:38
This game was the total turkey of the pack that came bundled with my STE. I tried many times to see if there was anything playable lurking in there but it was just atrocious; even the most hardened joystick thrashers out there would be hard pressed to deplete their opponents energy at a faster rate than it replenished.
wIZBURF wrote ...2004-08-02 19:59:49
well, most of the difficulty came from the fact that characters regained energy during the fight. At some stage, they recovered faster than you could hit them. and the "hold button to increase hit strength" system surely didn't help for that ! Still way better than SF1 on that machine ! I never understood what was the link between the civer (kind of rambo torso holding a knife) with the actual game ???
bazfan wrote ...2004-06-18 07:46:26
all the graphics and sprites were done on pi1 format, that could be loaded and edited in degas elite. oh how remember making that chick naked. sad man.
bazfan wrote ...2002-04-13 20:31:28
this was pants,it was pants in its day, now its just crap filled pants in everyway
Sebastian Tanelius wrote ...2002-04-13 17:44:15
If you for some reason liked the first Street Fighter game you'll probably like this one as well. The gameplay is fast and pretty smoth (hey, its 1989) but you almost always ended up loosing in the first or second round of the game due to its frustrating difficulty. In my opinion you should probably stick to Street Fighter II as it's way better in every way.