Reviews and Problems with Army Men: Sarge's Heroes
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Army men - Sarge's Heroes (N64): Sarges boredom
4 February 2001
Summary: I remember when I was a kid having these little plastic army men. I’d spend most of my day arguing with my brother that I had shot him first. I had played the game on the Playstation but when I visited a friend he asked me if I fancied a go on the Dreamcast. With the Dreamcast having better graphics I hoped the game would be better, the graphics are better but far from perfect.
Summary: This is a really sh*t game! It has extensive variety of levels that take place in places such as a bathroom, the kitchen, living room, etc. that are located on two different sides of reality that are connected through a portal. The multiplayer option is great and the arenas aren't compact - they're the biggest I've seen and are very detailed. As you rescue characters in missions they become available in multiplayer mode, which is pretty cool.
Summary: Not Quite A Military Sim… The first thing you'll want to do when you start up this game is take a run through the boot camp mission in the game. Here, you'll get a chance to run through various scenarios and try out almost all the weapons against wooden targets. It's here you'll start to get a feel for the huge variety of implements of war present in this game.
Summary: The Army Men franchise has seen a few turkeys in its life on PlayStation, with the laughable Army Men 3D holding the record for sheer awfulness. All that has changed with the release of Army Men: Sarges Heroes – a game so terrible it’s hard to grasp the mentality of someone signing it off for general release. From the ZX Spectrum-style front end to the lumpen controls and painfully inept level design, this has all the hallmarks of a full-on catastrophe.
Army men - Sarge's Heroes (N64): Army Men: Sarge's Heroes
19 June 2000
Summary: NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Whatever thoughts you have about this game right now toss them out the window or burn them (if it were possible)! I'm sure that you may be attracted to the thought of being able to control those little green soldiers you used to play with but whatever you do don't waist you hard earned cash on this game! It should have come with a warning label! When you get right down to it it isn't that bad of a game.
Pros: Cool theme and multi-player action semi-cool