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Cliffhanger - Super Nintendo

A Super NES game based on a film? With a recognizable star? And control issues? Who would’ve guessed! This Final Fight-wannabe boasts… um… climbing, and an avalanche, and a Sylvester Stallone-like substance.
  • Release date: 1993
  • Genre: Action
  • Developer: Malibu Interactive
  • Publisher: Sony Imagesoft and Psygnosis
  • Players: 1-Player
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sega cd had movie cut scenes atleast

Ouch... this game looks REALLY bad !

Have you ever slipped on a patch of ice, or tripped going down a flight of stairs? Well the designers of Cliffhanger have perfectly captured that essence watching something horrible unfold in clumsy slow motion. Though at first the game appears to be an action packed beat'm up, it's more of mystery puzzler as you'll be asking yourself "WHY am I playing this?" and wondering how quickly you can dig a hole to bury the cartridge in. Avoid this unless you're just looking to punish yourself.

Slow and sluggish compared to the sega versions. Do yourself a favour and skip this for the superior Genesis or even better Sega CD version.


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