Title Dangerous Streets (CD32) Game Type Beat-em-up Company Flair Sofware Players 1 or 2 Compatible CD32 Submission Courtesy of Sean Caszatt Review When a game has the loading instructions on the bootup screen, one tends to question the amount of thought put into it. I'm not going to go into a lot of detail on this game other than to say that it is, by far, the worst game EVER released for the CD≥≤ and is in the running for worst game in videogaming history. To say this game is a disappointment would be a tremendous understatement. The advance screenshots looked wonderful. Granted, the graphics aren't bad at all...when they're not moving. What the screenshots couldn't convey, however, was the quality of the gameplay, which is horrible... absolutely horrible. This is supposed to be a beat-em-up game like Street Fighter 2 or Mortal Kombat. Take out the personality, gameplay and fun and you have Dangerous Streets. What makes this game so bad? The control is horrible. The graphics are very poor in showing what is actually happening. (They look quite interesting when nothing is happening, but the animation is so bad you cannot tell if you're hitting your opponent or not.) This is a beat-em-up where you can't get your fighter to move, and then can't tell if you've hit anything when it does move. Not the stuff a good game is made of. Please, unless you like unpleasantness, avoid this game. If you NEED a beat-em-up for your CD≥≤, you can get International Karate +. I realize that I tore that game apart in another review but, compared to Dangerous Streets, it's light years ahead of this game in the fun department.