Turrican III: Payment Day (1994)

Video Game  -  Action | Adventure | Fantasy  -  1994 (USA)
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Third entry in the futuristic action-adventure series.

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After many generations of peace, the Dark Forces have assembled again, and as a member of the USS Freedom Forces, it is your job to defeat them once again. This means you will have to complete 15 huge levels always searching for secrets to pick up and enemies to shoot. To do this, you can pick up three different, upgradeable shots: a multiple, a laser and a rebound. You can also go into wheel-mode (as long as you have enough special energy) or use a rope. In gyroscope-mode, you are invincible and can lay mines or explore previously unreachable areas. Written by Shawn Watson

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Would be good if it were not so bloody hard!
14 September 2006 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

As usual, Turrican 3 delivers on action and button bashing with inventive, imaginative level design and furious gameplay. There comes a point though, in level 2, where the game becomes impossible and you (or at least me) go any further unless you have the timing of the Gods or something.

Which is a shame, since the Turrican series is what run-and-gun platformers are all about. The music is once again brilliant, with loads of cool tunes by Chris Huelsbeck and the graphics are great considering the hardware. The Amiga version does have slightly better graphics than the Sega version, but otherwise, they're identical. It's just too damn bad that it's too damn hard.

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