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No arms controls here! If you have any qualms at all about guns, the life-sized, plastic .357 magnum replica will be unnervingly realistic, but...well, you wouldn't even be reading this. If you dig a good gun game, Lethal Enforcers aims to please.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
Excellent! Plays just like the arcade game. Can't think of having more fun without rubber chickens. An improvement over the Genesis version. You can choose levels, from missions 1 through 6. Watch the glass break and the bullets spray.
All Game Guide
Lethal Enforcers is a great game, one of the best to come along for the SNES.
Gillar man att skjuta prick är det här spelet ett måste. Det medföljer en pistol att skjuta mot TV:n med.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Konami did a very good job of translating this to the Super NES system, but the game's brutal theme has been toned way, way down. What we are left with is still a good game, but it just doesn't have the flavor of the arcade.