Considering this 1992 Genesis game was produced by EA, a company more commonly associated with the sporting genre, it makes it all the more surprising that they produced this slick, child orientated platform game. From the super sickly storyline, through the chunky cartoon characters and finishing with some of the jauntiest music I have ever heard coming from a 16-bit system this screams “for under-10’s” only. But look past that initial cute and fluffy exterior and you’ll find an engrossing and challenging game that is definitely not just for kids.
Author: Sophie Cheshire
Welcome to Wayne’s World the crappy side scrolling platform game for the Mega Drive/Genesis. This is a game that not only disgraces the name of Wayne’s World, it is quite frankly another of the most terrible games I have ever played.
Even cute girls in school uniforms can kick ass, as evidenced by Ma-Ba’s Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon, a side-scrolling beat-’em-up based on the hit cartoon. How does it fare next to other entries in the genre? Read the full review to find out!
There is no denying it, considering the time and the limitations of the hardware, Doom Troopers is a pretty gory game. However, unlike the unutterably lame Splatterhouse series, this game uses its goriness to simple effect. It livens up and gives some character and humour to what is otherwise a fairly standard side scrolling platform/adventure game.