Considered an all-time classic Sega Genesis title by many, Treasure’s Gunstar Heroes is teeming with ambition.
I’ve never understood why this stage tends to get so much hatred. It was an exciting boss rush that you can tell Treasure had an absolute blast throwing together. Melon Bread is the real MVP.
LOL yeah ;D, Melon Bread is epic.
Gunstar Heroes was just a brilliant game. The music, the levels, the enemies, the weapons. The whole package. Classic.
Edge magazine gave this game a 6 /10 every other magazine it was 9s and 10s, i was actually expecting it to be bad, the game was straight up amazing
What a game, pushed the megadrive to its limits. Treasure making the system do things it wasn't supposedly capable of. Amazing game, amazing system, amazing developers.
Ah man, as a kid I dreaded Dice Palace because I always landed on the no weapons square and kept dying to the weird "Curry and Rice" thing. Rest of the stage though? Amazing, just like the rest of the game.
Omg I must have beaten this game 20 times as a kid. Never got old. It’s like a shot of awesome gaming adrenaline from start to finish with a soundtrack that rivals Symphony of the Night
One of the best games from Sega era, I used to play it so much as a kid! I always loved this stage, because it was unexpected how you'll get through it and that made it also a bit scary. The music, gameplay, weapons were so cool in Gunstar Heroes and the coop mode was amazing! Also excellent boss fights, like Seven Force on the underground train tracks. Damn that thing was tough to beat on the hardest difficulty. I replayed it few years ago and it still is so good.
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