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P-47 clearly, is not worth climbing mountains for. It is competent considering the original was nothing special – a second division coin-op at best. Sometimes it works to convert a minor arcade game as with Silkworm, but then it has to be done perfectly. P-47 just does not quite make the grade on that count either. The question is, whether you are desperate enough for a new blast. Take my advice and look elsewhere.
Simultaneous two-player mode, scrumptious loading screen, plus okay in-game message screens and good demo mode.
Nicely detailed sprites and attractive, parallax scrolling backgrounds improve the coin-op.
Jolly Japanese tune accompanies explosion FX.
Tough at first and not very original, but attractive presentation and shoot-'em-up gameplay craw you in.
Eight levels aren't that much, but its toughness and the ability to wrap round provide a fair challenge.
A mediocre shoot-'em-up gets a superb but overpriced conversion.
Trotzdem, ganz katastrophal ist P47 nicht, dafür sorgt schon die Zwei-Spieler-gleichtzeitig-Option. Es ist halt einfach durchschnittliche Action-Kost; icht persönlich ziehe jedenfalls das thematisch ähnliche "Scramble Spirits" bei weitem vor!