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The sound and music are pretty good, especially the explosions (I can picture it sounding particularly good on one of those modded-up 2600s you see on YouTube sometimes). Gameplay-wise, I prefer 1983’s Front Line, which is for all intents and purposes the same game. Ikari Warriors’ graphics are better but at least Front Line’s are more in line with its era. Ikari Warriors is okay but nothing special.
Why you would play this instead of grabbing a bag of popcorn and watching a "Rambo" movie is well beyond my realm of logical thinking. If you really need the "Ikari" experience, just download MAME. There is little reason to spend time here unless you're a die-hard 2600 fanatic and can overlook the blatant and obvious flaws.