Beverly Hills Cop (video game)
Beverly Hills Cop is a game developed by Tynesoft and released in 1990, with a story loosely based on the first film from the Beverly Hills Cop series. The player takes control of Axel Foley, the main character of the series. There are four distinct sub games including a side-scrolling action game, a driving game, an overhead view shooter and a first person shooter. The game was released on Commodore 64, ZX Spectrum, BBC Micro, Amstrad CPC, Amiga, Atari ST, and PC. The BBC version only contains the driving game.
Abandonware website Abandonia's Sebatianos reviewed Beverly Hills Cop with "All in all the game is OK, but the animation is far from smooth. You’ll have problems reading the text, because it will shake too much and the animation (especially on level one) is very choppy."
The game was also reviewed in the magazine The Games Machine. They commented that the game's plot "bears absolutely no relation to the film storyline", the Commodore 64 version was graphically and sonically weak, and the Amiga and Atari ST releases were also poor, with a Axel Foley character that looked more like Daley Thompson.
The reviewers of Zzap!64 thought the Commodore 64 version was not particularly well executed with "passable" graphics and sound, but provided "a lot of variety" making it "quite good value for money". The overall rating given was 68%.
- "Beverly Hills Cop (PS2):Amazon.co.uk:PC & Video Games". www.amazon.co.uk. Retrieved 2016-07-13.
- Sebatianos (September 1, 2006). "Download Beverly Hills Cop". Abandonia. Abovo Media Group. Retrieved August 1, 2016.
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