We all know there are a ton of bad games on the NES, but some of them are bad due to just how disappointing they are. In the latest episode of Why I Hate, Shawn explains why he hates Robocop for NES.
one of the first movie tie-ins, /Money Grabs. -this game sucked, agreed- good thing we had rental shops every where in the 80's
I had it back in the day and liked it but it was difficult. Game Genie changed that. Robocop 3 for SNES was way more difficult though, and had just way too many splatterpunks on the screen shooting at you for it to be considered anywhere near fun.
I think ET on the 2600 gets the money grab crown.
Who the hell is Peter Murphy??? He's such a fan of Robocop he doesn't even know it's Alex Murphy! Played by PETER Weller, numpty
Dude, thanks for the video, it seems the game is not fun. I was about to buy this game tomorrow, you just saved me 50 bucks.
Opinions opinions!this game was both fun and hard.
Game was fun and hard as hell but on the last stage i found a way to farm that big sniper gun over and over to use it against the last robot, hehehh "ded" on arrival.
My nephew loved this game back in the day. It's the game he would ask to play every time he came over to my house. It was an ok game but I had better games back then. But for some reason he loved to play robo cop. Damn I'm old.
Super **plausible explanation: Some C-grade Devs were making a game that was cheap and rather crappy for Data East, but instead of losing money on it they decided to paste Robocop sprite and mildly revamp the powers and arsenal and present it to Data East. Then Data East, looking for an easy way to fulfill their contract, signed off on the idea and sat back while they raked in the money because of the movie's popularity. A similar thing happened with Super Mario Bros 2. It was originally called Doki Doki Panic, but was revamped with Mario sprites... While SMB2 failed compared to SMB1 and SMB3, it still sold over 7 million. **Don't know if that's what really happened, but it's plausible!
I really liked this game back in the day. It was very challenging. I liked the arcade version better but I still have the Nes level music still stuck in my head. Very catchy tune.
I remember playing the NES version at a friends house many moons ago. I remember it being somewhat fun with a ton of challenge. Didn't play it long though.
Robocop NES, Robocop NES never changes.
The only way to beat this game is to get the extra life
This game and the arcade had a point glitch on the first level where you can get 99999999 points
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