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Warrior's a good fight, but it's supremely challenging. This isn't a game for players who just want to fu around.
Mega Play Magazine
Supreme Warrior is yet another cheesy FMV game. While the game itself isn't that hot, it's a great to see the bad dubbing and the whacked out story. Supreme Warrior's colors aren't all that bad.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Supreme Warrior has all the flavor and looks of those hilarious low grade martial arts flicks. The digitization of the full-motion video isn't all that bad and you'll actually want to see the story progress. However - the game itself is severely lacking. The motions you do possess seem to have no effect and it's very hard to tell the distance and when you should strike. If the game had some play to it, you could enjoy this game. However, it doesn't. Rent it and see if you like it.
All Game Guide
The quality of the video looks a little bit better on the 32X CD thanks to an expanded color palette, but the overall play remains just as bad as the Sega CD and PC CD-ROM versions. And when the gameplay sucks, all the atmosphere and pretty pictures aren't going to save you. It's obvious that Digital Pictures should head back to the dojo and train a little bit more before thinking about releasing a sequel.
In the end, Supreme Warrior is a failure on every level. It's visually nauseating, its sound is muddy and muffled and not up to CD quality standards. It's truly a waste of space in the 32X's library and never should have even been released on the Sega CD, let alone on the 32X. it may actually take top spot as my most hated game in the whole Genesis library.
Digital Press - Classic Video Games
Is there any reason to play Supreme Warrior? Think of it this way: It makes as much sense to play it as it did to make it in the first place. In case you can't figure that out, it means no.