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Super Hang On review

Does Super Hang-On still thrill 25 years later?

The tagline on the advert for Super Hang-On was "cheap thrills for big bucks". It was the arcade owner who would be getting big bucks; Super Hang-On is so hard that you get first place on the high score table if you manage to finish the first race.

It's not called Hang-On for nothing: there's not much room and just one touch from a rival can send you spinning out, thereby missing the checkpoint.

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Still thrilling, even if it does look a bit dated a quarter of a century on.

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  1. reeesy Friday 27th Jul 2012 at 11:53

    25 years! haha that makes me feel old! I always preferred Road Rash but might check this out for the nostalgia :)

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