SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron Reviews (SNES)
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Game Players (Sep, 1995)
In the end, Swat Kats becomes just another in a long list of forgettable side-scrolling platform games with too much riding on the popularity of it's stars.
Game Zero (Aug, 1995)
Perhaps a sleeping winner, but more likely not. Swat Kats had decent graphics and sound, but the Gameplay was very lacking. I found little enjoyment in this title, and would not recommend it. Your jumps seemed awkward, and there was simply no depth to the gameplay. The theme of a straight side scrolling beat-em-up game is pretty tired, and this game does nothing more than prove that gamers want more.
GamePro (US) (Sep, 1995)
The youngest gamers might like SWAT Kats, but anybody older who's played a decent SNES game in the last two years will see why 16-bit games are on the way out. Primitive gameplay puts these kats on the endangered species list.