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  • The Amstrad version of the game is extremely rare in the United Kingdom.
  • Some English PAL regions received a release of this title under the Japanese name (Super H.Q). These cartridges were made using the first generation Mega Drive casing which made them incompatible with the model 2 Megadrive/Genesis. As a result model 2 owners required the use of an Action Replay or Game Genie to play this title.

Critical Reception

Electronic Gaming Monthly's Mike Weigand gave the game a score of 8 out of 10. He wrote, "...a nice twist to the usual behind-the-car perspective of so many racing games: you get to bash the criminals to a halt!"

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