Sega Ages: Space Harrier (PlayStation 2) review
"The thing Harrier's got going for it (that even some newer titles lack) is an incredible sense of speed, which picks up even more by the 21st level. The completely redesigned scenery — trees, stone columns, icebergs, and sun-bleached bones — scrolls by at dangerous speeds, and enemies scream by so quickly that you only have a second or two to shoot before they're gone."
Staff review by Zigfried (March 14, 2005)
Zigfried likes writing about whales and angry seamen, and often does so at the local pub.
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