This section is not strictly limited to good games, even though the board's summary emphasizes the positive. For example, here's one that will not be an overall positive review:
Yes, I'm going to bring up Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde for the NES. You do have to question the logic in this one.
At least it's really not a difficult game, no matter what people say. Once you figure out how to move and attack with either Jekyll or Hyde (although the former isn't too useful), you can get through the whole mess in one go. I for one might even say it's easier than Mega Man 1-4 and 7 (I'm undecided on 5 and 6).
I believe the trick is that if you're going to take a hit from anything, let it come from something that only affects the Jekyll/Hyde meter. Don't get hit by anything that affects both that and the HP meter, and absolutely avoid anything that affects only the HP meter. You'll need the health for if (most certainly when) you transform into Hyde, and then the game actually becomes interesting to play. With those blasted BOMBS, you're safer on the left than you are on the right, and later you must turn around when a bomb is planted unless you're doing a tool-assisted run.
Still, the strategies do not excuse the game as a whole, I'm sorry to say.
Last Edit: Jul 7, 2015 18:52:11 GMT -8 by mechamind