Topic: Old Bond games?
I'm after a bit of help. I'm in no way an expert on games and I'm really not a frequent player. However I have somehow come to the conclusion that it would be a good idea to buy a ZX Spectrum and the Bond games for it. Surprisingly, Spectrums appear to be in demand on eBay or else quite highly priced. I have watching a few.
I've never had such an old console before so am looking forward to see what the early life of consoles was like. I had a Sega Megadrive and got it out again a few years ago. From what I remember it was quite temperamental, yet I still loved it. I'm hoping the Spectrum holds out better.
I've gone for a Spectrum as after looking at the 80s Bond games, it seems to be the only console that nearly all the games were released on and there seem to be more of the Bond games for it on eBay, than for Commodore 64.
Basically what can I expect? I know it will be slower than I'm used to with a picture that can hardly be called 'graphics'. What I mean is, how easy is it going to be to use? Will it work on my LCD tv or only the CRT one?
What did/do people think of those early games - TSWLM, AVTAK, LALD, TLD, LTK etc. I've been looking a lot at the 007 Action Pack which came with a light gun and a game (possibly 2, I'm not sure) so was also wondering if anyone had it?
Finally, anything else anyone wants to tell me about the pre-Goldeneye N64 era of Bond gaming.
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