Excerpt: Some of these games developers must think we have superhuman abilities with the amount of games that require a trained eye to avoid being blown up and everything ending in tears. Steel Dragon and its sequel aren’t particularly hard games, but that’s plainly down to the amount of credits, which might as well be unlimited. Like all other games of its genre, the screen is often filled with an almost unavoidable amount of fireworks.
Excerpt: Steel Dragon ‘ Wasn’t that the name of the band in the film Rock Star starring Mark Wahlberg’ In any case, Midas have released the shooter (bizarrely titled Simple 2000 Series Vol. 37: The Shooting: Double Shienryu in Japan) which more or less translates so that the PAL release shares the same name, albeit with an ‘EX’ tagged onto the end. Originally developed by Japanese company Warashi, Midas has been able to bring this over at the bargain price of £15.