Remember when crappy movie tie-ins were actually pretty good?
My sis had that on the SNES. We could never get more then 2-3 levels done normally, but found passwords for all the levels and cheat codes, and had tons of fun playing the game that way.
The shooting level with the jet was awesome if you had infinite ammo on.
Yeah, that game was the shit. I used to snatch the game from my brothers room and so did he from mine. I cannot even remember whose game it actually was.
Nevertheless, I played it through a number of times but still discovered new stuff during any run. IMO the best game based on a movie.
to bad this game suffered from being made harder when brought to America. If you want to have a better shot at actually getting through this game you need to play the Japanese version. I think its called Mad City or something.
It's not as good as true lies, but at least you didn't feel ripped off.
Never knew that was based on a movie until now.
The genesis also had a Dick Tracy game, which was a side-scrolling shooter. Rather generic, but it had a nice twist to it. Dick could use a machinegun to target people in the background, making it a sort of side-scrolling/arcade shooter hybrid.
Here's a list of licensed games that I somewhat enjoyed on the PSX.
Alien Trilogy, Die Hard Trilogy, Parasite Eve, Mission Impossible, Toy Story 2, Spider-Man (1 and 2), and Sheep, Dog, n' Wolf.
Still a small list but they do exist.
I bought this game when I lusted for more Mario 64 star collecting missions. It's SO good. Also on PC, PS1, Dreamcast. The FMV cutscenes from the movie is a huge plus.
I don't know how, but this game ended up being one of Game Boy's best RPGs.
Willow is up there with Crystalis as about the best Action RPG on the NES.
Fuck off, he's talking about licensed stuff. Capcom and Konami were unrivaled in the 80s and 90s especially when it came to licensed games. The west turned out massive amounts of shit in comparison.
Guy A said he wanted a Crocodile Dundee beatemup. Guy B says BB is the closest he will get and Guy C recommends he plays the Japanese version because it's not as bad.
What is your problem exactly?
The only reason I bothered getting a Super Scope. Arcade version sucked my pockets pretty dry too.