Came also out for: Amiga Amstrad CPC Atari ST Commodore 64 DOS NES SEGA Master System Wii ZX Spectrum Game description: This is the conversion of Taito's scrolling beat 'em up, which later produced unofficial sequels Target: Renegade and Renegade III: The Final Chapter. The game is set on the mean streets of Brooklyn, which you must venture through to meet your girlfriend, and then rescue her from her kidnappers. This is split into five levels, taking you through the subway and the docks as well as some inhospitable streets. A wide range of aggressive moves are on offer, including headbutts, kicks, punches and flying kicks. Much of the game's violence is depicted in a fairly tongue-in-cheek style, with an element of attempted humour along the way. What I think: Nice beat'em-up, despite the fact that the punch is quite useless. I also had once a bug in the first boss fight, where the boss attacked me so hard, that I flew in the middle of the top, and it was there where the bug occured. I couldn't get out of it! And even funnier, the boss couldn't get there, where I was.