Trouble Shooter [Horizontal Shooting Game]
Potential Pros & Cons
- Four Special weapons and plenty of upgrades
- Anime-style cutscenes are always nice
- An out-of-the-norm zany shooter in the U.S.
- Unorthodox partner system
- Relatively short shooter (only six stages)
- Game is very easy
- Average audio/visual presentation
- Can be expensive at times, especially in Japan
- Its superior sequel is Japan-only
"If you're a fan of funny games and simple shooters, then you can have your cake and eat it too with Trouble Shooter. If you're looking for serious, unadulterated shooting madness, this isn't your game. I honestly think Trouble Shooter is a great shmup for those who are new to the genre and need something to ease their way in and feel comfortable with since it's so easy and short. As a whole however, it's a very average shooter that didn't get much attention and it has a much better (and incredibly expensive) Japan-only sequel. Hell, the regular Battle Mania is very expensive...why is this average shooter so damn expensive? Meh...at any rate, I can say that we could have used more funny shmups like this, with just more...everything. Alas poor Trouble Shooter, we hardly knew ye..."
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