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Alien Syndrome is another game from the arcades. It is a classic L and R job with the usual high strains of play and presentation expected from Sega.
Alien Syndrome for the SMS is a classic that I recall fondly. In fact it was probably the most fun I've had on the "Master System," but for those of you who didn't play it, you might as well go out and find one of the other versions.
Von den oben genannten Mängeln einmal abgesehen, hat mir Alien Syndrome gut gefallen. Freunde von Action-Spielen, die dem Kartenzeichnen nicht abgeneigt sind, werden lange Zeit Ihre Freude an diesem Modul haben. immer neue Raumschiffe und Aliens versprechen viel grafische Abwechslung. auch wenn sich das Spielprinzip nicht ändert.
The Games Machine (UK)
As a game in its own right, it's not that bad; as a conversion it has lost much of the playability and atmosphere of the coin-op original.
Game Freaks 365
Yet again we find another reason for the demise of the SMS in America and Canada. They chose their stock titles without importing the better releases and when they finally did it was way too late. Sometimes a game can survive on graphics alone, but it's quite rare. Off hand I can't even think of one. So even though this is graphically a bit more presentable than the NES version, it's just not worth the time in comparison. The stupid alien on the cover (which looks better than anything in the game) isn't even present anywhere at any time. This whole game is a lie. Don't even bother.
The Video Game Critic
I will admit that some of these shape-changing freaks are pretty disgusting. The one thing I hate about Alien Syndrome is how the aliens simple materialize out of thin air with little warning. Not only does it look cheesy, but it accounts for too many cheap deaths. I also found the controls to be somewhat slippery and inexact, making the game harder than it really should be. Alien Syndrome is certainly playable but ultimately unremarkable and forgettable.
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||How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes
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|Overall MobyScore (13 votes)