Subscribe: Link Check out the playlist for all James & Mike Mondays episodes! Link This week James Rolfe and Mike Matei try out the Super Scope 6, a peripheral for the SNES. It was developed by Nintendo R&D1 and Published by Nintendo in 1992. The gun came bundled with a cartridge that contained six games including; Blastris A, Blastris B, Mole Patrol, Intercept, Engage and Confront. These games were divided into two different menu screens, making it somewhat confusing. Blastris A is based off Tetris. Blastris B is based off Columns for Sega Genesis. Mole Patrol is much like the boardwalk game Whac-A-Mole. The other three games in the Lazerblazer category involve shooting down enemy fighters with missiles. Finally, James and Mike play Battleclash. Battle Clash was known as Space Bazooka in Japan and revolves around mecha-robots that need to be shot down with the Super Scope. It was later followed by Metal Combat: Falcon’s Revenge in 1993.
This Video Game Review was released on August 4th 2014 by James Rolfe.
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