Honest Gamers: Airlock Retro Review

Rob Hamilton writes:

"Games like this were only released because the Atari 2600 had no standards for quality - if you wanted to make one and had the means to do so, your vision (no matter how crappy) could reach the market. It's the sort of thing that made me happy whenever I saw that sticker on NES games saying they reached Nintendo's standards for quality. Because no matter how bad games like Deadly Towers and Hydlide may have been, they're still light years beyond Airlock's extremely short, yet still tedious, jaunt to the top of a sinking sub."

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