IGN: Wolf of the Battlefield: MERCS Review

Wolf of the Battlefield: MERCS, if taken strictly as a Genesis conversion of the Capcom arcade classic, would be found lacking -- it's not as visually spectacular as that original edition, and it also completely cuts out that version's multiplayer co-op capability. But, luckily, the SEGA team who ported the project took the time and invested the effort to offer gamers of the day fresh, new content to counterbalance the cutbacks -- and they succeeded. The included "Original Mode" here is so different that it's essentially its own separate game, and that makes the overall offering definitely worth consideration for your Wii Points.

Two games together for the price of one, with that price being just eight bucks, is not a bad deal at all. So if you're a run-and-gun fan who doesn't mind attacking the enemy alone, give the newly-renamed Wolf of the Battlefield: MERCS a serious look.

Presentation - 7.0
Graphics - 6.5
Sound - 8.0
Gameplay - 7.0
Lasting Appeal - 8.0
Overall -

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