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While it’s always pleasurable to shoot, destroy and make mischief, the real fun in Seicross stems from never knowing what’s around the corner. The six main stages are designed to keep you on your toes, as you bob and weave your motorcycle around islands of debris. The sense of speed is perfect, as are the tight controls. The graphics aren’t up to NES standards, but it doesn’t detract from the light-hearted gameplay. Seicross isn’t a heavyweight title, but its uber-retro style and non-stop action made my afternoon.
Seicross is a common game that you can probably find for a song. If you do happen to run across it in a bargain bin, and you probably will, you should pick it up.
While soundly designed,
the game itself lacks a real hook and other games with similar
elements do so with greater charm.