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GamePro (US) (Apr, 1995)
Strategy fans might like this challenge, but action lovers won't. They'll wish this Lawnmower Man had used more brawn and less brain.
The movie lives on! This one adds full-motion video sequences to the side and first-person perspective parts. The variety of games is a good option, but the overall appeal of the whole theme seems tired by now.
The thing about the graphics that most impressed me was the death sequences. One shows Big Red, Cyberjobe's Cyber-lawnmower, looming toward Dr. Angelo and eventually chopping him up into tiny pieces. And the thing about the graphics that least impressed me was the actual film footage. It looks like mud. Maybe you should just wait for The Lawnmower Man 2 game.
Mean Machines (Feb, 1995)
Any residual goodwill for this movie has gone with this game. Mrs Doubtfire had the right idea...
Play Time (Feb, 1995)
Man mag es fast nicht glauben, was sich hinter diesem hochkarätigen Lizenztitel verbirgt. Die einzelnen Aufgaben überbieten sich förmlich an Lächerlichkeit: anspruchslos, einfallslos, ultrakurz, noch dazu mit einer ungenauen Steuerung, genau so sollte ein Spiel nicht aussehen.
Mega Fun (Jan, 1995)
Dieses Machwerk hat nichts, aber auch gar nichts spielerisch ansprechendes, dafür mißlungene Stop-Go-Movies, langweilige Symbol-Rätsel, eine grauenhafte Joypad-Abfrage, die beispielslos auf dem Markt sein dürfte, sowie eine “verpixelte“ Grafik, welcher auch ein potentielles Clerasil für das Mega CD II nicht helfen könnte. Der Spielspaß war so überragend, daß ich nach exakt 60 Minuten laut würgend den Saal verließ und diese CD auf dem Ort entsorgte, welchen ich die nächste Zeit nicht mehr verließ.
Just Games Retro (Jul 31, 2006)
The game certainly has an undeserved level of mystique because of its recall, but hopefully this review will save just one young, bright-eyed child from a $10 second-hand purchase on Ebay. The movie's goofy and senseless, but I'd still rather see it again than try to suffer through another minute of this trash. The funny part is, the SNES version is actually a better representation of the VR parts of the film. If SCI had spent less time on trying to match the visuals of the film (an impossible task for the time) and more time on giving you something to interact with for greater than 2% of the time...then they might have had a real game instead of this collection of plodding crap-a-mation.