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All Game Guide
Overall, though, BattleTanx isn't a bad game, and it's still fun despite my nitpicks. It's a good on-the-go game which you can pull out to complete another level in Story Mode or go for a little action in Battle Mode. I just wouldn't expect it to hold a lot of long-term play value.
Pocket Magazine / Pockett Videogames
Côté réalisation, les graphismes sont assez grossiers et l’animation n’a rien pour elle (le scrolling et les chars sont lents). La jouabilité ne présente pas de défaut majeur, mais on aurait souhaité ne pas rester accroché à certains murs. La musique passe presque inaperçue et les bruitages n’exploitent guère les capacités de la console.
On the PSX/N64, BattleTanx is a game that's all about pure action, fast kills, and the kind of mayhem that can only be inspired by steel behemoths bristling with huge weapons. Try to imagine what happens when you attempt to scale things down for the GBC and remove all of the thrills, spills, and high impact powerups that made the original title fantastic. Adults should handle this one with caution and keep it well out of the reach of small children - it could scar them for life.