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CyberMorph by Atari for Jaguar
Review done by Scott Tomkovitch
# of players: 1
The Story: The Story is very similar to Star Wars. The evil Perinatia Empire is taking over planet after planet. You fly the T-griffin a fighter space craft. You have to pick up pods on different planets that contain scientists, weapons, and supplies.
The Graphics: The graphics to me are not very good. Most levels usually have only one color for the landscapes. Also mountains and enemies "pop up". Also all the lakes have straight shorelines, no curves. The ships are average, they usually have 2 to 4 colors. I give this **.
The Sound: The sound is pretty good. It is not repetitive. I give it ****-
The Control: The control is a bit shaky at the beginning. But after played for 20 mins or so it becomes very easy. Shootings enemies is hard. You have to get an exact hit to kill them. Press 5 to get the toggle or a cross hair. It is also very hard to do a sharp turn while going very fast. I give it ***-
The Fun Factor: The gameplay is very repetitive, get the pods and get out. This is not a blast 'em game. Later in the game you get pods and blow up towers. Also killing a enemy is very hard. It is hard to control while flying at high speeds. Sometimes it takes many times to get a pod just because of the controls. It is 3-D which adds realism. Cybermorph falls short of what we would expect for Jaguar, I give it ***