Coming back to Barrow Hill.
Anyone who has knowledge of the county of Cornwall will tell you that it is a place that is literally dripping with history and Celtic legend. From the seat of King Arthur at the ruined castle of Tintagel, supposedly the mythical Camelot; networks of disused workings of old defunct tin mines, a spectacular coast line, the haunts of the wreckers and smugglers and much, much more.
Instead of taking the opportunities on offer two thirds of the game centred on petrol (Gas) station that frankly could have been anywhere.
It wasn’t a bad game as such. I have played plenty worse; it was the overall disappointment that it fell far short of expectations, as in the sequels to well loved games that miss out for the same reasons. In some way the disappointment is more keenly felt than trying to cope with a truly awful game.
I am a Hero with Cowards Legs