Decent Game, But Awkward Jumping Controls...
Taking this game for what it is, i have to say it's a pretty good installment on the SNES. Gameplay is fun and challenging, and the graphics are bright and stylish, exactly what you'd expect in a game from this time. However, the one glaring issue i've come across is the jump control. Regular jumping is fine since you tap the B button (simple enough), but eventually you come to certain areas in the game that require a "super-jump". My first time playing this, i exhausted nearly every button combination until i found out that to super-jump, you hit up and B. This is pretty crappy because if you're trying to jump up to a platform that's off to the side, hitting up on the D-pad makes it way harder than it should be to steer yourself in the direction of the platform. It takes a long time to get used to and ideally they should have just made it a double-tap on the B button. This isn't the case though and it provides an unnecessary obstacle when trying to navigate through the game. Overall, a good game, but you really gotta get used to the controls.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) Ryan Baker from Michigan on 8/3/2016