Hudson’s hard rocking shooter gets some Sega CD lovin’ but is it better than the Turbo CD original? Well, there’s only one way to find out! Read our full write up for the details.
Author: Jason Wood
Back when I had just received a Sega Genesis for Christmas and still didn’t have any games other than the great Sonic The Hedgehog, I remember seeing a certain commercial of Taz-Mania countless times on TV. Its graphics were unbelievable, it looked a lot like a real cartoon, and I absolutely had to have it! I bought it the first chance I got with my own money.
Ever want to take control of an attack chopper and blow things up? Now you can! And the best part is that it’s all in the name of democracy!
Compile’s M.U.S.H.A. is often hailed as one of the best vertical shooters ever made. Indeed, few can doubt the overall quality of this game and its place in the pantheon of Genesis shmups. But is it really all it’s hyped to be? Why not read out review and find out?
Yep, lame enemies, horribly animated bosses, lots of gray looking objects and …that’s about it. Not much else if offered this time around as, obviously, there wasn’t a lot of thought put into Sol-Feace.