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I am very thankful I had the money to purchase the Namco Museum Collection 2 Evercade cartridge. Burning Force is one of the eleven games on that Evercade compilation cartridge. Burning Force is a 16-bit 3D shooter. I am actually surprised at how good Burning Force looks. We are flying on a vehicle that has multiple ways to shoot at the enemies that come toward us. There are limited missiles but they are like totally enemy seeking.

Players can move their character up/down a bit, as well as to the left and right. There are plenty of things to shoot and destroy in Burning Force. Vehicles in Burning Force get larger and require more shots to destroy. Players need to avoid getting hit themselves or their leotard lady will go flying up in the air. Take too many hits in Burning Force and it is game over. There are multiple lives and multiple continues within Burning Force. Which is needed because of how many enemies there are to shoot down.

The music is upbeat and rocking in Burning Force. I really got into it while playing this game. Some of the sound effects within Burning Force remind me of the Phantasy Star 16-bit video games. We are flying over water in Burning Force. The visual effect of that is actually pretty good. The 3D aspects of Burning Force work really well. Burning Force would make a really interesting video game in VR. I hope it comes back at some point in the future.

The main lesson Burning Force taught me is to get them before they get me. I also learned to keep getting them until they can no longer fight back. Then I learned to move on to the next enemy and do the same thing over again. I found myself more aggitated and aggressive after playing Burning Force. Players are not given much of a breather while playing Burning Force.

If you are interested in a retro 16-bit 3D shooter then you might want to give Burning Force a look see. I had fun figuring out the patterns of the enemies and avoiding their shots at me. At the same time I looked for opportunities to dish out some punishment. The power ups that some enemies drop are very helpful within Burning Force. Sadly they do not last very long.
- Paul


Graphics: 60%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: Evercade/Genesis
Publisher: Bandai
Developer: Bandai
Rating: ‘NR’ - Not Rated

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