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So, while the game fails in almost every aspect of traditional gameplay, Power Rangers is perfect for the show's young fans. Considering the game's target audience, Sega couldn't have done a better job.
It just doesn't seem that the kids who watch the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers are Sega CD gamers. This disc could confront the Rangers with their toughest challenge yet: Would you buy a CD player to play this game?
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
This can hardly be called a game. It's a whole heck of a lot of footage from the Power Rangers television show in its first season. So any Power Rangers fan is already going to have seen a lot of this stuff.
But to be fair, the target audience of Mighty Morphin Power Rangers was quite obvious: small, inexperienced children who idolized the Power Rangers, and they're the ones who will actually appreciate this game. What sets it apart from other FMV releases is the fast and furious button play. The directions and buttons are pressed at so many points of battle that you will almost feel as if you're controlling the action; however, if you're any other kind of gamer, I can only pray you paid a dollar for this game. No more, no less.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
The control is good, but the scenes are grainy and pixilated. If you like the show, get it. If not, you wont get much out of it.
Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers for the Sega CD was clearly devised for the most hardcore fans of the show — and not necessarily fans of video games! Clearly the developer saw the potential of using the Sega CD to show off the TV series, but they also forgot that you still need to actually create an actual game along the way. Don't bother looking for this one; just watching the show on DVD gives you a less frustrating experience.