Vindicators Reviews (NES)

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Vindicators is a fun game with no glaring faults. The relatively slow pace and overly simplistic objective may turn some people off, but most will find it an acceptable or even engaging gaming experience.
67 (Jan, 2014)
Despite the constant anxiety and tension of keeping your tank alive (Lord help you if you’re on the medium or harder settings), Vindicators is quite addictive. The stages are short, so just when you’re beginning to get frustrated, they’re over, and you can start fresh from the next one. Two-player co-op is a beauty too, particularly when you have to fight the bosses; for whatever reason, though, the game doesn’t increase the amount of items it gives you in two-player, so you’ll have to share. As Vindicators progresses, you’ll be rooting for your little space tank. The odds are against him, but his tenacity should see him through.
Raze (Jan, 1991)
This simultaneous two-player tank-blasting game first appeared in 1988 and has not lost anything through time. The power-ups can be turn your tank into an immense killing machine. A good game in one-player mode - an incredible game in two-player mode. If you've no friends don't buy it.
Although the stages can get repetitive, and the lack of strafing is a disappointment as the game gets tougher, gameplay is fast-paced and smooth, making for a fun tank-blasting experience.