It must be said that great though this is, it's far too much like the original Super Monaco GP for its own good. The programmers have obviously used large chunks of the original Super Monaco GP program and simply added a few extra features. The in-game graphics are virtually identical, it plays in exactly the same way and even the sound is very similar indeed. When you consider what could have been done to the game - new graphics, an F1 Exhaust Heat-style car setup system, record tables, maybe even a split-screen two-player mode - it's painfully obvious that Ayrton Senna's Super Monaco GP II is an opportunity missed in a big way. At the end of the day, it's a fun and exciting race game, one of the best available on the Megadrive, but it's definitely nowhere near different enough to be worth buying if you've already got Super Monaco GP. If you haven't, though, check it out.