Power Rangers Rita's Rewind

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Ever since tmnt shredders revenge it seems like everybody has to have there own beat'em up based on a show from the 80's or 90's.
 
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NeoCverA

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Ever since tmnt shredders revenge it seems like every body has to have there own beat'em up based on a show from the 80's or 90's.
I came to see how many fucks in here are creaming their pants for this shit. Guess I’ll wait.
 

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Whenever I see one of these- I inevitably think how much better I would like it if Treasure, early 90s Capcom staff, or the IGS PGM teams could’ve programmed it.
 

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I came to see how many fucks in here are creaming their pants for this shit. Guess I’ll wait.
Right beside,toxic crusader and gi-joe getting there own beat'em ups as well.I guess everybody is jumping on the bandwagon.Still i wouldn't mind if x-men got another after the recent 97 show.
 
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If the games are good, who cares? I doubt they’ll be good though. Like you said it’s people looking to cash in.
 

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I like Power Rangers enough to dig this.

They didn't really show off a lot of the beat'em-up gameplay, but the rollercoaster and bike stages actually looked really damn cool.
 

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If the games are good, who cares? I doubt they’ll be good though. Like you said it’s people looking to cash in.
These are the words I came here to say.
 

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The Natsume developed SNES game was good fun as I recall 30 years ago. No idea if it's held up.

I loved MMPR The Movie on Genesis. Legit fun beat em up. I'm sure I'd still like it.
 

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They didn't really show off a lot of the beat'em-up gameplay, but the rollercoaster and bike stages actually looked really damn cool.
I do like the look of them although it feels a little disorienting to have side scrolling stages that look like they're imitating Mode 7 and first person/over the shoulder segments that kind of look like a high definition approximation of System 32.
 

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Whenever I see one of these- I inevitably think how much better I would like it if Treasure, early 90s Capcom staff, or the IGS PGM teams could’ve programmed it.
What the hell actually happened to Treasure. Did they do anything after Ikaruga ?
 

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What the hell actually happened to Treasure. Did they do anything after Ikaruga ?
They did contract work including working on shmups that went out under other company's names, and sin and punishment on the Wii.
 
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