Reviewed by Ty Massei
Graphics: 6 out of 10
Sound: 5 out of 10
Gameplay: 5.5 out of 10
Hardness factor: 6.5 out of 10
Overall: 5.5 out of 10
Graphics: The graphics aren't bad. There's a nice darkly color scheme
throughout most of the game which really sets the mood of the game.
Unfortunately, the graphical quality isn't the best and enemies just don't
look as realistic as they should. There are a few cool enemies in the game,
just not many.
Sound: The sound is fitting, but very normal. The songs are kind of patriotic
and adventurous though the quality isn't the best ever. The sound effects
were pretty nice, which was good.
Gameplay: A pretty interesting flying sidescroller. In this game, you pilot
a helicopter and must rescue a certain amount of troops from a field while
killing enemies. Then you just make your way to the end of the level. While
there is at least one game like this for the SNES that is better than this
game, this game is pretty good. However, the game gets old really quickly,
as it didn't seem like they added enough elements in the game.
Hardness factor: This game was pretty hard but the later levels aren't that
much harder than the first levels. The hardest part about this game is that
you have a very small range of fire because you must move forward and shoot
to shoot down, stay still to shoot forward, and move back a little bit to
shoot up in the air.
Overall: 5.5 out of 10. This game wasn't that bad and was a little better
than average. The game had above aspects in all ratings, but just barely.