· review computeremuzone
When an MSX game did not come from Japan, it was very likely that it was a direct conversion of Spectrum. That was known to all its users, but they also knew that even then the game could be worth it or be a real pain.
In the case at hand, unfortunately it is the second case. Javier Vila Lugo did not manage to do anything that could happen to the cut, and from the deplorable music, far from the normal 128K of Spectrum, to the infernally slow movement, everything is worse than we could expect.
For not having, it is not that it does not have a small detail of color in the marker, it is that they took the original colorful logo and left it as white as snow. And what could be something unimportant is more than serious, when it was the norm that the habitual converters tried to introduce some chromatic detail in those fixed parts of the screen, taking advantage of the greater possibilities of these computers.
The Tecmo's 1987 coin-op didn't have, really, a memorable appearance on MSX.
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