James Pond 3: Operation Starfish (James-Pond-3-Operation-Starfish-Manual.pdf.7z)

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Mr Creosote:
Originally posted by Poorchop at 06:52 on August 7th, 2022:
This series is insane. I got a friend to play one of the James Pond games once and it had the quality of a fever dream. I didn't realize that they had also attempted a Sonic clone with one of the installments. Nevertheless, it's a shame that the character has become a relic of the past but I guess that but I guess that a character conceived based on the similarity of the word "pond" to the surname of a fictional British spy couldn't be expected to have that much staying power.

Even if this third installment was a Mega Drive original, the series never really established itself on the much more commercially viable game console platforms. The death of the home computer market therefore took it down.

On a positive note, at least they did try something different each time. No two games are really alike. For better or worse.

Poorchop:
This series is insane. I got a friend to play one of the James Pond games once and it had the quality of a fever dream. I didn't realize that they had also attempted a Sonic clone with one of the installments. Nevertheless, it's a shame that the character has become a relic of the past but I guess that but I guess that a character conceived based on the similarity of the word "pond" to the surname of a fictional British spy couldn't be expected to have that much staying power.
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