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Super Hang-On (Mega Drive)

Platform : Sega Megadrive
3.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews

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  • Platform: Sega Megadrive
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B0006TNGHE
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 12.8 x 2.8 cm ; 222 g
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,930 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Ever wanted to ride in a motorcycle Grand Prix?. This game allows you to experience all your biking dreams, as you take part in a variety of races around the world. There are two modes of play, both of which have a simple objective - be the first past the finishing post. As well as racing against other riders, you also race against the clock.

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Imagine...sitting on a motorbike...riding down the road of an open, unpopulated environment. You're taking in the vibrancy of the colourful sky. You're taking in the artwork of the beautiful scenery. You're taking in the smoothness of the made-for-racing road you ride along. Suddenly the engine gives up and your bike comes to a depressing halt; no sign of life from your two-wheeled brother at all. With no garages or repair shops for miles around, you're facing one of two prospects: a miserable death by dehydration, or an extremely tiresome bike push to civilisation. If such a thought scares you in real life, then perhaps playing Super Hang On for the SEGA Mega Drive will rid you of such worries. After all, you can always switch off the console when you're done.

OK class, settle down. It's time for a little history lesson. Super Hang On is the sequel to the 1985 arcade game, Hang On (here's a link to the Master System version of that game). This sequel first appeared in the arcades in 1987, where its realistic-to-an-extent motorbike cabinets provided the players with more thrills than a coffee-fuelled bull in Nicholas Cage's antiques room. Realizing that they were onto a winner -just like many of their other 80's arcade offerings- SEGA converted Super Hang On into one of their early Mega Drive releases in 1989, and kept them ticking over until Sonic the Hedgehog laced up his sneakers.

In a nutshell Super Hang On is Out Run on motorbikes.
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Wow, what a totally bland game. Don't get me wrong, it's not a bad game, and I enjoyed playing Super Hang-On, but there really isn't much appeal to it in 2013. After years of playing Road Rashes, Grand Theft Autos and Motorstorms a game that simply involved buzzing up a featureless road doesn't do anything for me.

If Hang-On was like OutRun then Super Hang-On is Turbo OutRun (both are made by Yu Suzuki). It mostly the same game with a new boost button and slightly different courses. Only the OutRuns are fun and nice to look at with pleasant music. Super Hang-On offers lots of grey race tracks with...nothing by the side of the road and has very bland music. And although there are other bikes on the road you're not racing any of them as your just chasing the clock.

I kept moaning "where's the punch and kick button" too, thinking I was playing Road Rash.

Ultimately, it's worth getting for the 12 easy trophies.

Graphics B-
Sound B-
Gameplay B-
Lasting Appeal D
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