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For side-scrolling enthusiasts or baby-boomer Looney Tuners, this game has more action and excitement than the last, and is right on par with Rabbit Rampage for the SNES. If you're a Taz spaz, you won't see a better game featuring your hairball hero.
Un jeu de plates-formes difficile et varié qui comblera ceux qui ont aimé le premier volet. On s'amuse bien.
Graphics-wise, this game could only be better if it were drawn by Fritz Freling himself. The characters would fool your mom into thinking you were watching TV and not playing a game. Although control of the game is not as smooth as it could be, it's easy enough to command so you won't get aggravated with it and hard enough to keep you from mastering it too quickly. Go get this game!
GenesisAll Game Guide
Taz in Escape from Mars borrows heavily from a certain blue hedgehog's series of games, but it does so in a more than competent manner. Although not as lengthy or as clever as the Sonic games, the production values are obviously high and the game is a lot of fun.
Game GearGamePro (US)
If it weren't for Taz, this game would just be another jump-n-bump adventure. No one thought to spruce things up, leaving us with ho-hum conundrum. Taz is definitely one for the fans, but the rest of us won't spin like crazy.
GenesisVideo Games & Computer Entertainment
So maybe this isn't Sonic the Hedgehog. But who cares? It's another pretty fun platform game; worth a rent.
GenesisElectronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
The first Tazmanian Devil game wasn't all that hot and thankfully Sega added some game play to this one. The audio still suffers a bit and sometimes, it's hard to find out what to do. The visuals need some help as they are too simple, even fro the cartoon. The new Taz, isn't a bad game, it just needs a little work. If you were one of those who enjoyed the first game, then you'll see that this one is definitely better.
Game GearMega Fun
Auf den ersten Blick begeistert Taz noch richtig: Die Grafik ist im hübschen Comic-Stil gezeichnet und der Sound eher unterhaltend als nervig, doch bei genauerem Betrachten gehen einem die fehlenden Continues, die absolut nicht mehr zeitgemäß sind, und der, für die potentielle Zielgruppe, zu hohe Schwierigkeitsgrad gewaltig auf den Wecker. Die schwammige Steuerung und der unübersichtliche Levelaufbau wirbeln Taz endgültig unter die 60% Hürde.
Game GearVideo Games
Trotzdem bleibt dieses Spiel in jeder Beziehung weit hinter anderen aktuellen Sega-Titel wie Mickey Mouse 3 oder Ristar zurück - halt nur etwas für hartgesottene Taz-Fans.
Taz in Escape from Mars is your classic "one step forward, two steps back" sequel. It doesn't do anything differently except offer a fresh location and some new features. This much is normally good by itself, but when virtually none of the originals shortcomings are addressed and more still are added, it makes the enhancements seem gimmicky. It may just be my nostalgia for the original mixed with great expectations for the sequel, but this game manages only to be slightly better than bad. With a much better soundtrack and some clever level design, or generally just taking the strengths of the original and improving on it, this could have been a gem.
GenesisThe Video Game Critic
Taz eats anything he touches, and bombs tend to be positioned in tight areas that make them hard to avoid. In addition to Mars, the diverse set of stages includes a haunted castle, Mexico, and a planet called "Mole World". Were these left over from the last game or something?? The backgrounds are flat, static, and forgettable. Whoever made this game was just going through the motions, and that's how you'll feel when you play it!