Stone Protectors Reviews (SNES)

Stone Protectors SNES Title Screen


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Not too bad .. a little slow in movement & bosses are somewhat God like XD Drew Miller (2) 3.6 Stars3.6 Stars3.6 Stars3.6 Stars3.6 Stars

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GamePro (US) (Dec, 1994)
The game isn't devoid of fun, Stone Protectors offers various modes, from challenging single player to all for one cooperative mode to a head-to-head tournament fighter. Overall, though, it's a frustrating journey. The Stone Protectors are unplugged.
The Video Game Critic (Feb 19, 2003)
The graphics are crisp and well defined, and the collision detection is right on the money. The jazzy music is pleasant enough, and the sound effects really caught my ear. Each character has a ton of kicks, punches, special moves, throws, and even weapons at his disposal. You can even dispatch foes using devastating "musical" attacks. The stages take place in diverse but repetitive environments including snow, caves, elevators, and a beach. The non-stop fighting is fun for a while, but sometimes it seems like the waves of enemies will never end! I also don't like how only certain characters can pick up particular weapons. It's not for everyone, but if you enjoy this type of game, Stone Protectors is while your while.
Video Games (May, 1995)
Was auf der Verpackung noch recht bunt und witzig aussieht, entpuppt sich schnell als ziemliche Mogelpackung: Es kommen immer die gleichen Gegner, die Ihr mit Euren läppischen zwei Standard-Moves, die geradezu jämmerlich animiert sind, locker abfertigt. Schwer ist das Ganze auch nicht gerade, findet Ihr doch alle Nase lang ein 1Up-Goodie. Die Special-Moves präsentieren sich dagegen genauso hartnäckig in der Ausführung wie überflüssig in der Wirkung. Einfallslose Boßgegner und langweilige Backgrounds garnieren schließlich noch den Prügeleinheitsbrei. Und so rennt Ihr dann von links nach rechts und träumt von den Zeiten, in denen scrollende Prügelspiele noch Spaß machten. Diesem Genre scheint langsam aber sicher die Luft auszugehen.