Lethal Enforcers Reviews (SEGA CD)

Critic Score
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
User Score
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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 4.6
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.6
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.2
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.8
Story / Presentation The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed 4.2
Overall User Score (5 votes) 3.9

Critic Reviews

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GamePro (US) (Nov, 1993)
Shoot,shoot. Kill,kill. If this sounds like fun, pick up your firearm here. In fact, the light gun comes bundled with this sharp-shootin' CD.
Power Unlimited (Jan, 1994)
Lethal Enforcers is een ware must voor schietgrage ordebewaarders. De actie is dope en de graphics zijn al net zo geweldig. Natuurlijk slaat de verveling wel snel toe, zoals bij de meeste andere lightgun games.
Sega-16.com (Jun 27, 2004)
All in all, Lethal Enforcers is one of the finest shooting games ever made. It's the predecessor to games like Virtua Cop, Time Crisis, and House of the Dead, without it, these games simply would not exist. The game is simply amazing; the graphics are stunning, and the sound is amazing.
The Video Game Critic (Jul 24, 2006)
I really like the game's "Starsky and Hutch" style soundtrack, and unlike the Genesis version, the sound effects and voices are crystal clear. Even the load times are minimal - in fact I barely noticed them at all. It's hardly a mandatory upgrade from the Genesis version, but if you have the choice, this Lethal Enforcers has the edge.
Having played the arcade version of Lethal Enforcers, I expected the home version to be just like it and that's exactly what it is --- a mediocre game that is only fun after a hard day's work because you get to shoot people. The different guns, like the Magnum and the machine gun are great ways to mow down criminals. The light gun that comes with the game is very accurate. It's just a fun game.
Video Games (Dec, 1993)
Kurzfristig ist die Brutalo-Ballerei ganz unterhaltend, aber bei zweimaligem Hinsehen fallen mir als altem Spielhallenveteranen dann einige Schludrigkeiten und Bugs ins Auge. Da es sich um Realfilme handelt, konntet Ihr am Automaten auch Scheiben und (Glas)Türen zerschießen, in der CD-Version nicht mehr. Zudem schafft das Mega-CD die für einen Film erforderlichen 24 Bilder pro Sekunde nicht und kann nur mit kümmerlichen 64 Farben gleichzeitig aufwarten. Daraus folgt, daß die Kino-Streifen des Automaten hier recht klobig und zerhackt erscheinen. Zudem nervt es entsetzlich, gewisse Levels unendlich oft spielen zu müssen, wenn Ihr zu viele Schüsse verballert (kümmerliches Polizei-Budget, was? ) oder friedliche Bürger in Schweizer Käse verwandelt. Hardcore-Rambos und Fans des Automaten können dennoch mit dem Import liebäugeln.
Player One (Dec, 1993)
Pas la peine d'y aller par quatre chemins : Lethal Enforcer ne vaut pas grand-chose ! Tout d'abord, avec trois sprites à l'écran, on se tape de ces ralentissements ! Ensuite, l'animation est proche du zéro pointé et, en plus, l'intérêt du soft ne vous tiendra en haleine, au mieux, que cinq minutes.
Defunct Games (Jun 12, 2005)
There is also a two player mode in Lethal Enforcers, but this mode makes the game far too easy. Chances are once you've beaten the game once or twice you won't play the game much more anyway, so maybe the difficulty is inconsequential. Either way, Lethal Enforcers is a good port of an arcade game, but not a very good overall game. Keep the light gun in the arcade where it belongs.