Twin Eagle Reviews (NES)
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Questicle.net (Dec, 2013)
Neither Twin Eagle nor Twin Cobra are ground-breaking shoot-em-ups, but Twin Eagle tries harder to separate itself from the shmup pack. I salute Joe’s Brother and all his comrades for their efforts to protect us from war and aggression.
Nintendo Power Magazine (Nov, 1989)
Launch a five-stage, break-neck speed assault on enemy forces with the most powerful military helicopter yet. Shoot the icons to select the type of weapon. The "Twin" refers to simultaneous two-player action and the limited Continue is a welcome feature.
The Video Game Critic (Jan 01, 2001)
Twin Eagle's graphics are plain and lack detail. Soldiers have huge heads, and the green ones look more like Martians. Instead of bosses, the end of each stage bombards you with high speed enemies. A limited number of continues are available. Twin Eagle is not a great one-player game, but the two player mode drastically increases the fun factor.
Challenge only exists due to the one-hit deaths and the fact that the standard copter speed is way too slow to adequately take out most of the enemies or avoid most of the shots fired at you, since they are just as fast as the copter can move. There’s nothing horrible here, but also nothing to really recommend.