IGN: M.U.S.H.A. Review

It's easy to see why M.U.S.H.A. is still so highly regarded after almost two decades, as its visuals, gameplay and overall style must have felt well ahead of their time for players who got the chance to experience it first in 1990. Wii owners today, particularly shooter fans, would do well to give it a look here in 2009 for its 800 Wii Point asking price -- a price that's especially reasonable, as in addition to all the accolades listed above, M.U.S.H.A. is an incredibly rare and expensive game to try to track down and own in its original Genesis cartridge form. Virtual Console fans may continue to bemoan the lessened amount of new classic game releases each Monday on the download service, but if the all-by-themselves games selected continue to be as compelling as M.U.S.H.A., Nintendo can just keep them coming one at a time.

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