Monday, July 14, 2014
Sunday, July 13, 2014
Solid arcade port for the master system. The game is pretty similar. The only difference I noticed is that this version doesn't seem as smooth as the 16 bit / arcade version. The music is and sounds are awesome and the game play is great. I believe there are 6 rounds that you have to clear with 3 stages each. You save tied up kids along the way and fight a boos at the end of each round. It seems a bit easier than the other versions I have played but that does not detract from the game in any way. The bonus round is also in the game which is pretty challenging. Overall I give this an 8 out of 10 stars. Great game and always fun to pick up and play.
This game is really bad. The screenshot above is the game, that's it. You also have to have 2 people to play. There is no single player mode. It is sluggish and boring. Horrible! I give it 0 out of 10 stars. I should go -10 on this one. I understand they were limited with what they could do back then with games but come on! There are plenty of games from the same era that are awesome. Lazy programming is what led to the video game crash of the early 80's and it is evident with this piece of crap.