I am going to review two different Power Ranger games for SNES in one blog post. First I will review Mighty Morphin Power Rangers side-scrolling game than The Fighting Edition and both are developed by Natsume and published by Bandai. If you don’t what Power Rangers is let me tell you, Power Ranger is about teenagers given special powers and suits to fight off alien that treated earth. In Japan was called Super Sentai and the US it’s called Power Ranger. Fun fact: The American uses stock footage from the Super Sentai thanks to Saban Entertainment.
Let talk about the side-scrolling game, you play as the 5 Rangers (Jason, Zack Kimberly, Billy and Trini) and there are two form of gameplay. You fight in your civilian form than turn into a power ranger confronting the level boss. In your Ranger form you have your signature weapons from the show. You also have bomb that damages all enemies on screen. The second half is Megazord battle, you use special attacks and the power sword after when the monster is defeated you finish it off with your sword. The game story follow the first season of the show and speaking of Megazords there is a fighting game cater to that. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition is a 2D fighting game which you can control only giant robots and monsters. This is the same developers who did Shin Kidō Senki Gundam Wing: Endless Duel. The gameplay is you have four basic attacks two punches and weapon buttons. You can wrestle each other and charge up your special and super moves to make it more powerful. There are 3 game modes Story (arcade mode), Fighting (versus) and Trial Mode (defeat as many opponents without losing). There are nine players from Power Rangers second and third seasons, you can use all four Power Rangers Zords, Goldar, Lord Zedd and finally Ivan Ooze (from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie). If you are Power Rangers fan download it and give it a try. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Fighting Edition available now. Also buy the series and movies. Be sure to watch the new 2017 Power Rangers movie in theaters