One stage has you running from one of these gigantic enemies. Streets of Rage series is a prime example of what I was talking about. Both ninjas and cyborgs were common place in the beat 'em up genre, so what better way to condense the awesomeness of each than by combining them? My favorite moment from playing this game is using the Infinity Gems and experiment with them to see what character they suited best. Another great quality is the creative art direction and animations. You can also find it on the Saturn and Playstation as Pu-Li-Ru-La Arcade Gears 1997 , or as part of the Taito Memories Volume 1 compilation on the Playstation 2 2005.
The game also features a little bit of platforming. This series began as a clone but rapidly outgrew its role model. There are some bizarre sights to see in this game like a woman moving in the wind on a flagpole. The animation is excellent and everything looks very impressive. The backgrounds are simply beautiful and take place in spots like a cemetery, a ruined church, and a forest. It plays like a classy Golden Axe with no monsters and better visuals.
He may even put your enemies to sleep or turn them to stone with the badass Medusa spell! Opponents will sometimes be much more powerful or much weaker than the player, adding a nice touch of realism, though the game is largely balanced. A step up from the original game, Sonic Blast Man 2 had an expanded cast and a much deeper fighting engine. X-Men: Mutant Apocalypse 1994 This has to be one of the best X-Men games ever created. Jackie Chan Adventures: Legend of the Dark Hand Game Boy Advance Torus Games 2001 This game really captures the look of the show quite well and features some nice animation. Characters here can level up, which actually changes their appearance.
The versions of the game released outside of Japan removed a character who actually dry humps and licks the players! While many of the enemies and a couple of bosses consist of pallet swaps, the game is pretty, controls well, and the audio is well done. I loved final fight but for a really weird reason. So naturally, the game looks great. The nonlinear nature of the game and the different things each character says as you go through the game give it some replay value. Word of warning, avoid ports of this game like the plague, the original Spectrum and Amstrad version's were the only ones worth playing. This is a fun game for fans of the original Golden Axe. While may not wow you in terms of graphics, the gameplay is deeper than the Battletoads games, and the sound is surprisingly good, though I still prefer the tunes of the.
Others wear Hawaiian shirts and some even look like mummies. One more quick caveat about the genre and its nomenclature—Beat 'em up has a fisticuffs sound to it, but in fact old school hack-and-slash games that are equally deserving of being listed here. The backgrounds are particularly interesting as you can sometimes see other characters there doing various things like opening shops or being attacked by monsters. There was a cinder block, bat, and cleaver amongst others. My brother and I bowled for a bit and then noticed a few arcade games off to the side and one of the arcade cabinets was Caption Commando. You eventually end up fighting on top of this whale! Throughout the game character revives and health randomly placed in the levels,a character can be brought back to life or healed,I always thought that was awesome that you can get bits of health around the stages,also if someone died they there would always be a possibility to play as them again. The cutscenes look fantastic and really show off the anime flair.
Finding a chance to charge it in combat is part of the strategy. Again, would you expect anything less from Treasure? Gotta go Turtles in Time, better then its arcade counterpart even. A Great game, so if you like it check out the other titles in the series. The special thing about this game is how you actually play it. One boss flexes for his fans and has a camera man filming his fight with you. Your crowd control attack comes out pretty fast too and you can do a rolling recover when knocked to the ground.
There are also levels where you get to fly around and shoot enemies, including a memorable encounter with a robot that looks like a Sentinel. This is because you need to find keys to progress. One is a dragon and another is a fairy. This game has the most unique controls of any other title on this list. These are not standard features within the genre. Actually it looks pretty funny when you kill a knight and a big salad falls out of him.
Then you're dangling vertically down the inside of an infected tree. This is possibly their most obscure one however. Rushing Beat Ran is a kind of buffer zone between the best game of the series Shura and the least impressive the original, which is still a good game. Plus, you can pick up and throw enemies. X-Men Mutant Apocalypse Super Nintendo Capcom 1994 This and X-Men 2: Clone Wars are probably the best X-Men games of the 16-bit era.