Excerpt: And $15 worth of gaming is what you’re getting. “Catch the killer,” begs the ugly packaging’s back cover, as 31 females have had their voluptuous insides removed. As one of six playable characters (some law enforcement officials, some with personal vendettas, some simply “??????”), people can blast through four stages packed with giant, malicious teddy bears and huge freakin’ dragons. Yes, this game is very Japanese.
Excerpt: Having played the game, I know now that I could have done very well without experiencing MLF2, thank you very much. Aside from its corny cover, and the fact that the Mobile Light Force acronym can be sounded out as “milf”; there’s very little special about this game. It’s a port of the arguably unspecial Shikigami, from Alpha System. (Not to be confused with the first MLF–on the PlayStation–which is a port of Gunbird, from Psikyo.