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juni 01, 2013

Bishoujo Senshi Sailor Moon R for Game Boy


So many Sailor Moon games... And so bad... I do like their cover though, and I appreciate that most of the Sailor Moon games are well playable even though they are in Japanese. The only exception I know is the RPG called Another World for the Super Famicom.


Let's get this over with... You can play the games in two modes. The Game Start (ゲームスタート) , the Action (アクション) and then there is the Continue and Mini Game option also.


The Game Start is a story mode. You can play as any of the five characters that are in Sailor Moon.  It is surprisingly short, after I read the faq (http://www.gamefaqs.com/gameboy/577651-bishoujo-senshi-sailor-moon-r/faqs/7512). You just walk a little back and forth and talk to people. In between there are some action stages.

They are very very plain and generic. Usually just walk straight ahead and beat off any enemies. It's like Kung Fu on the NES, except that it isn't challanging. Maybe to someone who is 3-6 years old it would be. Maybe later it will be, but it is so boring that I had no reason to continue playing.

In the action mode, you skip all the walking and talking and just play the three action sequences. Or five or whatever.

Well, the game is playable as in it doesn't fall apart in your hand. The cover looks nice. But I rate it 1/5.


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