Out of Eight writes: "A majority of arcade games of the 70's and 80's involved shooting things. Why? Because people are inherently violent, that's why. Plus, something has to be done with the incoming space invaders/centipedes/asteroids/tanks. What are you going to do, talk to them? Centipedes can't talk! No, it is best to shoot first and ask questions later, questions such as "what does this rambling introduction have to do with Gridrunner Revolution?" Beats me, I'm just trying to fill space to make the review longer (shhh! trade secret!). This is a sequel to a sequel to a sequel to the original Gridrunner, which came out for a couple of the Commodore systems way back in the Silurian period. Let's shoot some scorpions and save some sheep, shall we?"