I'm not a big fan of wrestling games, and I wish SNK had put more emphasis on interacting with the urban scenery. Sure, buildings get crushed as monsters get tossed around, but it's not a major part of the strategy. Occasionally you can pick up and toss a plane or tank, but the act of throwing is so sluggish that you usually get nailed in the process. Another issue is the relatively small battlefields; you're constantly running into electronic force field boundaries that toss you back into the middle. King of Monster's gameplay is just average, but the city graphics really steal the show. From towering skyscrapers, to factories, to suspension bridges, there's a lot of stuff to break, and I like that. In addition, it's possible to team up with a buddy to face off against two computer-controlled monsters. Even if it's not a classic, King of Monsters does manage to showcase what the Neo Geo is capable of.