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This time, Lethal Enforcers is II much! If you're itchin' for a serious Sega CD gunfight, you're headed for a showdown with Gunfighters!
The main advantages that the Sega CD version has over the cart based versions are what you might expect: better music and more extensive use of digitized sound. You get mighty tired of 'You can't hit the broad side of a barn', but then you get to shoot the offending cowpoke, so maybe it comes out even.
The mayhem continues, this time in the Old West. Like the first, this one is a point-and-blow-away-the-bad-guys with better sound and music than the Genesis version. However, this one is a lot harder than the first one.
Lethal Enforcers 2 is pretty impressive as these light gun titles go. The Wild West theme isn't my personal favorite, but its shooting action is right on target.