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Shooting Range is fun in short bursts, but truth-be-told it's no more advanced than Hogan's Alley (1985, NES) or Wild Gunman (1985, NES). It's definitely playable and may provide some entertainment for 10-20 minutes, but once you've completed it there's really no reason to return for multiple play-throughs.
is spot-on, but instead of shooting the actual characters, you fire
at a spinning pinwheel attached to each character, which seems
odd when it comes to smaller targets like birds – perhaps Bandai
was trying to tone down the “violence.” A solid, but ultimately
forgettable light gun shooter.
Shooting Range is about as dry and worthless as games get on the NES. You’d be better off shooting real bullets into an old Campbell’s Soup receptacle.