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This light-gun game offers more than other Super Scope shooters. Each villain uses different battle strategies and has a unique weak spot. The taunting of the pilots enhances the neat storyline.
There are Mortal thrills in Metal Combat. This shooter is the most you can have with a big plastic gun that's not filled with water.
Loaded with action and lots of options, it will keep you playing for a while.
Trois modes permettent de varier sensiblement les plaisirs. Mais Metal Kombat ne m'a pas convaincu d'acheter un Nintendo Scope, car si l'action est amusante un moment, elle devient rapidement lassante. À réserver donc aux possesseurs du flingue de Nintendo qui veulent rentabiliser leur achat.
Metal Combat isn't particularly memorable but it makes good use of that Super Scope controller that's been sitting in your attic for the last twenty years.