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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.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
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.
The Video Game Critic
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.