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The most important thing that could have been carried across, and one that has (thankfully), is the fun level. Even as an 8-bit game, Firepower is still extraordinarily fun to play. One definitely to look out for.
Fire Power isn't the nicest game to look at, especially not the first time you set eyes on it's garish display. But there is a great attention to detail. The atmosphere generated by the cumbersome tank controls is fairly substantial - as is the feeling of panic when you enter the heavily guarded compound. And it is this that can keep you playing even if you're making no significant progress. All in all, Fire Power is a competent game which is sufficiently different to make it worth at least a second look.
All in all, a game with a lot of potential but little of it is used.
Fire Power is best played with a friend, but unfortunately we didn't find the game absorbing enough to keep us playing for more than a while. In short Fire Power is moderately playable, but we feel that you won't be coming back to it too often.