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Sega created quite a few unique ideas in the 16-bit era on the Sega Genesis. Comix Zone was one such idea. We play this home console game on a comic book strip. We can knock characters into or even through the walls separating the frames. A large hand comes in and draws enemies quickly. All in all it makes Comix Zone a very unique experience. Sadly there are some things that bring this game down.

First and foremost the violence in Comix Zone gets old and boring very quickly. Beat up this guy, and go to the next pane to beat up another one. Bash on them until they are slammed down three times and then they finally disappear. Comix Zone does include different kinds of enemies which helps with the monotony.

There are no saves in Comix Zone. You have to play this game from start until finish. If you make a mistake it can mean game over. And start again from the top. There are very limited health items in Comix Zone. There are also cheap hits that you have to take in certain rooms.

The sounds help Comix Zone feel boring. These sounds are also showing their age. Back then they would have been decent although repetitive. Comix Zone is an interesting twist on the beat them up genre. Ultimately it suffers from too many problems and should have an E10+ rating in my opinion.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 70%
Replay/Extras: 50%
Gameplay: 53%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Genesis
Publisher: Sega

Rating: ‘E’ for Everyone
{Animated Violence}

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