Description: This is an isometric, overhead, 360-degree shooter. The graphics and sound are decent, while the storyline seems like it was written by an 8-year old, with all kinds of "Mortal Kombat" style intentional misspellings. The main problem here is the truly bizarre control scheme... pressing the red button makes your character fire AND rotate, while the blue button makes you fire AND rotate the other way! In order to fire straight, you have to hold both buttons at once. The shoulder buttons would seem like a good fit for this game, but for some reason, they do nothing. Strangely enough, there's also an option designed for the Genesis controller (It even shows a picture of it in the manual and in-game), but it only uses two buttons, so it's even less useful. It's too bad they botched the control, because the game seems like it might have been decent otherwise. If you try to play in NTSC, it seems to just switch to PAL mode anyways?