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In conclusion, 3-D Worldrunner is one of the better games from the NES' early years and a title every fan of the system simply has to own. I even recommend it to gamers from the modern area because it's quite a challenge, especially the later levels where you need to learn to jump on pillars and the well-named towering infernos. It's definitely not without merit and has plenty to offer, plus less experienced games can have fun as well because it's a great game to jump into that gets progressively difficult instead of throwing you all tricks at once. It has a few minor faults, mostly the creativity factor, but I definitely recommend it. This is a title that, in my opinion, would do well to be rereleased on a modern console and the Wii comes to mind...
Un programme assez moyen dont on se lasse rapidement.