Summary: Disk's in perfect shape thought the case is... screwed, but I really don't care about that. I'm sure the item was in "Very Good" condition anyway, so it doesn't matter. Love the fact that the disk's in perfect shape though, thank you!
Summary: I remember playing this game when I was seven and I still love this game. Here's a list of Pro's and Con's: Pros 1. The Graphics aren't bad. (They're pre-2000 for goodness sake). 2. The story was engaging and I even repeated the game two times (Easy and Normal). 3. I didn't experience any frame freezing. 4. The cut scenes were funny Cons 1. I can't think of any.
Summary: After playing Sarge's Heroes on the N64, at a friend's birthday party, that is the game I wanted for Christmas. When Christmas came, I recieved this game. Intially, I was disappointed, but I soon fell in love. What I love about the game was the grittiness to it. It has a bit more reality to it. It doesn't hold up well 12 years later, but my nostalgia goggles are in full force. I recently booted the game up and I found it as frustratingly hard as it ever was.
Summary: A little over a year ago, I bought the three-pack Army Men Gold. Included in the pack was Sarge's Heroes. Gameplay: Sarge's Heroes, like most Army Men, is a third-person shooter. The first mission starts off on a bang with the Tan army invading the Green army's base. The gameplay is pretty good, though I've seen better from Army Men. Its rather easy to die. Just take three steps into some water and you'll die. Same thing if you fall too far.
Summary: i love the army men series and this on is the best great graphics great story and great gameplay single player is great and never gets old multie player is the best in multie player mode its capture the flag one player plays as the green and the other plays as the tan both players place troops to guard the flag while the players try to take the flag and bring it back to their base get this game its a clasic and a blast to play
Summary: First of all, I would like to say that by today standards, this game is not even slightly good. The controls are kind of wacky, the aiming isn't precise, and graphics certainly are not sharp. I got this through Amazon for less than four dollars. Sure, compared to today's games, this game is terribly, but for less than four dollars, it is perfect. In the game, you take control of Sarge. Sarge is a hero in the green army, and fights against the tan army.
Summary: This is one of the last few action games a parent can still play with their child without all the blood and gore of the modern games. No, it doesn't crazy awesome graffics or 3D images, but that is the simple beauty of it. The fact that many of the levels include areas in and around a common home makes it that much more clever.