by ToddVania on Thursday, October 3, 2002
OK, it's time to dust off the NES Advantage, of the Fourscore, because without a rapid fire option, you're going to lose your thumb. Fast firing is a must to keep up in the later rounds, and I admit to master this years ago I used the slow motion function on the Advantage.
Cool graphics and music is perfectly awesome. For some screwed up reason I always thought the game would make a great movie. I could just see some fat greasy bastard with a bomb gun even now. You can rack up tons of points (if you care) by ignoring the wanted poster on the easier levels for awhile. Even my horse is badass now; I never get touched, even at full speed. Kinda hard to learn, but once you do, its replayability is fantastic. 8 out of 10.
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