Sequels are supposed to improve on their predecessors, but sometimes developers decide to experiment. This can lead to changes that weren’t needed, and what could have been a great game becomes another example of lost potential. The TNN series fell victim to this, and instead of wrangling a prize catch, it goes home with an empty bucket.
Tag: American Softworks Corp
The Genesis has a surprisingly large number of fishing games available. Recreating the fun and atmosphere of the sport without all the waiting and tedium can be challenging, but a few, like TNN Bass Tournament of Champions, manage to pull it off for the most part. And there are no mosquitoes!
Boxing is a brutal sport, and few men in the past forty years have been more successful at it than Julio César Chavez. the six-time world champion is a national hero in his native Mexico, and his fame was so widespread that he even got his own video game… twice! How’s that for badass? Given that Chavez was such a master of the sweet science in the ring, it stands to reason that a game based on him would be great, right? Well, not really, and his second outing, the imaginatively named Chavez II, is a lesson in mediocrity. A reskinned version of Boxing Legends of the Ring, it does little more than add Chavez to the game.