Commander Blood [Atari Jaguar – Unreleased]

Commander Blood [Atari Jaguar – Unreleased]

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7 thoughts on “Commander Blood [Atari Jaguar – Unreleased]

  1. Ross Sillifant

    You don’t have to believe me.

    Unseen64 have the internal mails between Atari and developer, all official, time date stamped etc.

    They will be up on here in time and on the website of person who passed them onto us.

    But nice try..

  2. Ross Sillifant

    No doubt my Q’s to Return Fire Jaguar developer in Unseen 64 book shouldn’t be believed either.

    Funny thing how certain folk can make bold claims, but never back them up with credible sources

  3. Ross Sillifant

    Time to draw a line under this pantomime.

    All 6 internal mails between developer and Atari detailing missed deadlines, development issues etc been forwarded to Atarimania.

    So doubting Thomas types can pick the bones out of it when it appears on there and anywhere else it pops up.

    I can’t wait for the cries of nothing new here, everyone already knew all this…:-))

  4. Ross Sillifant

    Early press with 2 new screens sent over

    They describe it as a great 3D shooter, travel through black holes and fool your enemies by taking on the personal of a frozen meat salesman or an interplanetary rock star.

  5. Ross Sillifant

    PC Gamer awarded the PC CD version a mere 58%.

    Saying once the novelty had worn off, their wasn’t enough gameplay to hold your interest for long, game got tiresome pretty quickly.

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