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I am very thankful I had enough money to purchase Battle Cars on the Evercade Namco Collection 1 cartridge. This racing video game reminds me of F-Zero in terms of the graphics and how we go around the corners. We can use weapons to blow away the competition in Battle Cars as well. I mean that literally too. We shoot cars in front of us to spin them out and pass them. Each car has a life gauge to it. Which means we must deplete that gauge to spin them out.

Battle Cars looks better than a lot of video games on the Evercade system. Battle Cars was a Super NES title so that has something to do with it. Battle Cars can be played with one player, two players, and there is a VS. Mode. Players pick from three vehicles in Battle Cars. The vehicles can be upgraded as the player works their way through the different levels in Battle Cars. There are other racers we compete against in the single player mode.

Hopefully you were able to catch the live stream I did where Battle Cars was featured. That has been converted into a video that will be appearing on our video sites as we get the finances and bandwidth to do so. The violent aspect of Battle Cars is much lower than I was expecting. In fact players can race Battle Cars completely clena if they so choose. I had fun playing Battle Cars on the Evercade system.

Battle Cars looks nice and it sounds good. The races are long and players are given numerous opportunities to recover from mistakes. Just make sure you are in first place at the end of the final lap. Otherwise you will need to replay that race level in Battle Cars. The racers we compete against will talk to use before a match as well. The graphics on them is really well done as well.

I missed Battle Cars back in the day. As a historical gamer I am very happy to have been able to play and review Battle Cars on the Evercade and of course Super NES. If you like racing video games then Battle Cars might be up your alley. The violence is toned down from many modern video games and the racing is pretty fun.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: Evercade/Super NES
Publisher: Namco
Developer: Malibu Interactive
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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