Reviews and Problems with Gunblade NY & LA Machineguns Arcade Hits Pack
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Arcade Gunning Comes Home
24 November 2010
Excerpt: Sega is without a doubt the masters of arcade based shooters. While arcades might have reached extinction here in the US, the trickle of shooters they still make (such as Rambo) are still as engaging as ever. This has not been more apparent as it was in the late 90s.
Gunblade NY & LA Machineguns Arcade Hit Pack (Wii) Review
26 September 2010
Summary: SEGA could probably release a new on-rails arcade shooter every other week on Wii and I’d be quite happy about it. Sadly, they don’t, but what they have released so far has been of good quality, from some of their most famous outings in The House of the Dead 2 & 3 Return , to less well-known games...
Gunblade NY & LA Machine Guns Arcade Hits Pack (Wii) Review
22 September 2010
Summary: Gunblade NY and LA Machine Guns Arcade Hits Pack is exactly what you'd expect. It is two quick ports of two arcade light gun games. While each of these games is still a lot of fun, particularly LA Machine Guns, nothing is added to this package.
Summary: I don't fault Sega for thinking Gunblade NY & L.A. Machineguns Arcade Hits Pack was a good fit on the Nintendo Wii. After all, we're talking about light gun games that would work well on a system known for its motion control.
Excerpt: Gunblade N.Y. and L.A. Machineguns aren't titles I'd ever name if asked for a list of favorites, but when I read the names in the announcement for their re-release on the Wii, memories came flooding back of spending plenty of time and money with them at the arcade.
Excerpt: SEGA war in den 90iger Jahren ein halber Monopolist in den Spielhallen und sammelte über die Jahre ein ordentliches Portfolio an coolen und abgedrehten Klassikern. Nach Ghost Squad und der The House of the Dead-Reihe bringt das japanische Traditionshaus erneut 2 Spielhallen-Klassiker im Doppelpack...