Making matters worse, each time you mess up some old man rags on you about how you let everybody down. At least I'm not stuck in some crummy FMV game! Topping things off, it's downright disconcerting when the evil villain says "winners don't do drugs!
Wait a second - since when do we listen to the bad guys? Does this mean we should do drugs? Mixed messages like this are what put teenagers on a path to drug addiction, crime, and despair. Fortunately, no teenagers actually played this game, because their were too busy playing good games on their Genesis and Super Nintendo systems. Like Battlezone updated for the 90's, Stellar 7 puts you in a floating tank on colorful distant planets, blasting any polygons that move.
Too bad it's saddled with a ridiculous name that makes people not want to play it! Draxon's graphics are commendable, with clean visuals and an exceptionally smooth frame-rate. While tracking down alien craft using your handy radar display, you can also employ special powers using buttons that line your dashboard.
I was expecting these powers to elevate Draxon's Revenge to "the next level", but was disappointed at how lame most of these are. One is a cloaking device, and another lets you detect enemies with cloaking devices. There's one that lets you ram enemies, and another that lets you drop mines snore.
Even the "super cannon" is only a marginal improvement over your default weapon. Enemy tanks are pretty tame, but the flying "skimmers" are pain in the ass because you really need to lead your shots to nail those bastards.
There are some very nice explosion effects, and crystal clear techno music really helps you get into a groove. The instruction manual recommends that you "keep moving", and that's probably the best advice I've ever heard in my entire life.
Otherwise you're a sitting duck. Once your tank is destroyed, you can record your high score to a top ranking chart. Stellar 7: Draxon's Revenge is a little predictable and could use some pizzazz, but it serves its purpose as a slick arcade shooter for the 3DO. May contain dragons Contains Full Motion Video, Kanakasi (Boy Wipe Your Eyes) - Diafrix - In Tha Place (CD). FMV games never really caught on but I still find them fascinating for some reason.
The game's intro tells an incomprehensible tale of an old wizard who forces some guy to endure a series of tests to obtain eight gems. It sounds like the narrator is reading to a kindergarten class for crying out loud. Strahl is an agile fellow thrust into a series of chaotic situations. The danger is non-stop as the ground crumbles beneath his feet and giant creatures try to swallow him whole.
The stages are selectable which really helps the replay value for a game like this. In a typical stage you slay golems with your sword while leaping between falling rocks.
The full-screen animation is on par with old Japanese cartoons like Speed Racer, but not quite up to Dragon's Lair standards. As you watch the action unfold arrows prompt you to quickly dart in a certain direction or swing your sword.
Sometimes you need to rapidly tap the B button to charge your "power meter", and that's pretty neat. If you die you'll need to restart the stage, but since they're only a few minutes long it's no big deal. After a while you start to memorize the moves but your lives and continues are limited. You can't always tell what's going on but the non-stop action is always exciting.
You'll battle giant snakes, animated statues, a white dragon, and a huge marshmallow man. There's no score but there are eight stages and 45 different endings based on your performance. Strahl is better than your garden variety FMV title, and I think it might appeal to anime fans. I have mixed feelings about this game. Yes, Street Fighter 2 is a classic 2D fighting game, but this version isn't as great as it could have been. They seem somewhat fuzzy, and some colors flicker.
The music sounds a little jazzier than the SNES, but the voice samples are muffled. Perhaps the biggest letdown is the fact that this game didn't support my six-button controller I think it requires a special controller. It's still playable with a three-button controller five including the shoulder buttonsbut that "P" button does NOT cut it as a sixth button and don't try to tell me otherwise!
The game has three speed settings: Level one Kanakasi (Boy Wipe Your Eyes) - Diafrix - In Tha Place (CD) like slow-motion ughand level three is insanely fast forget itbut level two is just about right.
I was really surprised to see Zangief's glove, Dhalsim's upward flame, and Blanka's jump-spin. This is the kind of stuff that makes Street Fighter fans feel giddy as a schoolgirl. Street Fighter 2 on the 3DO is somewhat of an underachiever, but considering the system, you'll be hard-pressed to find anything much better!
Ported from the PC, this first-person space shooter leveraged all the technology of its era including pre-rendered cut-scenes, digitized graphics, and an epic musical score. You play the role of a novice pilot on a large vessel called the Tiger Claw. In the lounge area you'll converse with fellow pilots with distinctive personalities. Their illustrated faces are static except for moving lips and eyes. It looks unnatural as hell - but kind of funny. Their over-the-top ethnic accents suggest that they hail from around the world.
Each mission is preceded by an elaborate flight preparation sequence which shows your pilot being fitted with armor and transported to his ship via a series of automated contraptions.
It's fun to watch! After launch you'll experience a brand of space shooting that feels like an evolution of Star Raiders Atari Your cockpit view is loaded with gauges and screen displays, and your hand can be seen gripping the flight stick at the bottom of the screen. The dogfighting action is fun thanks to red brackets that highlight enemy ships and blue brackets that indicate allies.
A handy arrow in the center of the screen directs you to the nearest enemy if they happen to be out of view. I like the idea of fighting alien ships as a team, and you can even convey orders to your wingman like "form up" or "attack my target". It's exciting to hear both your allies and enemies over your radio "I shall eat your heart! You're armed with both guns and missiles, but they tend to be fairly weak and their sound effects muted.
It's not uncommon to have your weapon systems knocked out early, forcing you to limp through the remainder of your mission. Destroying an enemy is satisfying thanks to a brilliant explosion followed by chunks of pixelated wreckage. Unfortunately, when battles get intense the frame-rate tends to stutter badly, sometimes pausing momentarily. During lulls in the action a handy autopilot control lets you effectively fast-forward to the next encounter. The control scheme is an issue, as the game was clearly designed for a keyboard and not a seven-button controller.
I'm glad the back of the disk case has a quick-reference guide, because it's hard to remember the button combinations. Between missions you can view your rankings and save your progress. Super Wing Commander is a little rough around the edges, but I enjoyed its brand of space combat Kanakasi (Boy Wipe Your Eyes) - Diafrix - In Tha Place (CD) lot more than I thought I would.
Total Eclipse was probably pretty cool when it came out, but now it just looks like every other boring 3DO space game. You view the action from just behind your ship, which happens to look just like an X-Wing fighter. Eclipse Kanakasi (Boy Wipe Your Eyes) - Diafrix - In Tha Place (CD) rapid-fire shooting action over planet surfaces and inside tunnels. You're always moving in a set direction, although the stages are wide enough that you can sometimes take alternate routes.
The game has a few things going for it. The scenery isn't particularly detailed just pixelated texturesbut the framerate is smooth and I like how the enemies disintegrate when shot. By flying through Kanakasi (Boy Wipe Your Eyes) - Diafrix - In Tha Place (CD), you can collect power-ups and amass some serious firepower.
But Total Eclipse is not without its problems. I couldn't get the "roll" controls to work, and sometimes you inadvertently scrape against the side of a mountain that was out of view. It's hard to judge the position of your ship in the tunnels, and the background guitar music is marginal. The action gets repetitive, and the scenery all looks the same after a while.
To be honest, there's not much substance here, just some 3D graphics that looked good in Puzzle game. I'm glad I stumbled upon this quirky Tetris clone, because it's a standout title in an otherwise bland 3DO library. One or two players methodically stack blocks on each side of the screen, and joining four or more of the same color causes them to explode. Chain reactions often ensue. The game ends when your pile extends past the top of the screen.
The formula sounds awfully familiar, but Trip'd offers a Kanakasi (Boy Wipe Your Eyes) - Diafrix - In Tha Place (CD) subtle nuances. First, the squares look like slimy little creatures. Upon joining four identical shapes in a square, they merge to form a single large square. It consumes space, but destroying it by exploding the same colored blocks elsewhere causes extra squares to rain down on your opponent's side.
This adds a nice little risk-and-reward dynamic. Trip'd has an offbeat visual style that borders on grotesque. There's a decorative monster with a pulsating brain, and when you lose, a skull with dangling eyeballs appears.
Trip'd offers interesting graphics and crisp controls, but its audio is a liability, offering up some really bad circus music. The game's one-player mode is an absolute snorefest, but competing against the CPU or better yet a human is undeniably fun. When full-motion video became a thing, game companies mistakenly assumed players wanted to watch a lot of obnoxious buffoons who like to shout a lot.
Twisted is the poster child for this kind of game. It's an amateurish game show with a zany host and his lady assistant who serves no useful function. The game's irritating laugh track is accompanied by old black-and-white stock footage of an audience clapping.
It's a little creepy when you consider all those people have been dead for 50 years. Twisted attempts to be wacky and offbeat, but comes off as corny and embarrassing.
Worst of all, it's no fun! Up to four players select between unlikeable contestants like an abrasive car salesman, a raving evangelist, or an exotic mind reader. There's also a computer generated "Fez" character, who may be related to Mr.
Hankey of South Park. The actors were filmed in front of a green screen to make it look at if they're moving up a spiral shaped board. Most spaces bring up a random challenge, but the games aren't very imaginative. Expect a lot of block-sliding, memory-matching, or unscramble-the-picture puzzles. There are also trivia challenges with fun questions like "what was the first war to use napalm?
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