I will take the first watch. Got into some gaming yesterday with the Genesis. Only a few games.Undeadline アンデッドライン
was ported to the Genesis, or Mega Drive Japan in 1991. And did not leave Japan. I have a reproduction fan translated cart. This is a Shoot'em up basically.
You get an over head view vertical scrolling with what looks to be a warrior. And I get the feel of the game Gauntlet while playing, except it is in an open environment. This means that the easy mode is not that easy and you are the target. I wish for obstacles to walk behind for protection. And in some areas you do find some. In “crazy” mode it is very suicidal. You can put your shield up but you cannot fire. Plenty of enemies continue to come your way. You have powerups and little helpers that you pick up from treasure chests. It doesn't seem to last long but you do get three hits before you killover. Stages seem short, but long when you are in the middle of the continue barrage of enemies and bullets.
End stage bosses need a head shot, or at least the one I actually reached did. Don't walk into fire though. You can't kill fire. Fire will kill you. This game is so brutal.Verytex ベリテックス
a space shooter. Now this is what I love. Weapons, powerups, shields, bombs. Vertical scrolling shooter plowing through tons of those pesky galactic aliens bent on destroying our little corner of the universe. I think they have brain damage.
Levels seem long and satisfying. Easy pick up and play fun. Music is good and catchy victory compositions.
Biggest problem is that when you are fully powered up and you are facing the end boss, if you lose it, you lose it all. No use trying with an under power ship.
How did that game get into my Genesis!!
This was supposed to be a shooter weekend!!! Saturday Night Slam Master
s!? Haggar's my man. Ummmm..... this game is a must play for anyone that loves a good Capcom fighter. This is my favorite wrestling game in the 16-bit era.