Perspective: Side view
Visual: 2D scrolling
Gameplay: Beat 'em up / brawler
Published by: Poppo Co.
Developed by: Arcade Zone Ltd.
Platform: Super Nintendo (SNES)
Beat 'em up, which causes double impressions. On the one hand, it has everything - just excellent graphics, chic dynamic music, a lot of weapons, riding a jeep, on a motorcycle, even from a wagon truck they will let you shoot. Just a lot of great action. On the other hand, the balance is very much disturbed, pressing the pause and completely throws you out of the game. One way or another, this Beat 'em up has more advantages. Against the crooked balance, you can pick up tactical moves that allow you to somehow plunge into this madness. Even many arcade Beat 'em up do not allow sweeping enemies with Shotgun like that. Pressing pause can be considered something like a rest room, where you can restore strength and health or change characters. So you passed the level, but lost your life, press the pause right away, you will again see the splash screen of the two heroes, but your next level will not be lost. If this doesn’t help you much, and you still feel like a loser in this game, you can generally select the desired level in the options and even watch the end screen. We can say that Beat-Em-Up was created just like a crazy mess, it’s impossible to talk about it as a game for passing. But I still recommend trying one or two. The second player is needed here - more than ever.