Metal Head

by Sega

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Choose to drive in one of four modes. The cockpit view lets you see all that's happening in front of you. The over-the-shoulder view allows you to see more. While the high-altitude view allows you to see everything that's happening around you. The worm's-eye view is not pictured, but it is helpful when firing at helicopters because it shows what's above you.

Metal Head takes on a barrage of two-legged tanks that look like people. You drive a very large, bipedal, armored lighting machine that is bristling with weapons. The sound is good and the graphics look hot. This game has everything: big opponents, multiple views and superpowerful weapons that can level a city block.

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People say:

5.5

Metal Head is yet another mediocre 32X title. While the graphics are better than a Genesis game, the sounds and game play still are below 32-Bit quality. Metal Head moves slowly, and hunting down poorly shaped polygons doesn't do it for me. I was sort of hoping for an intense mech simulator, but this is just average. What's with the video? Have you guys heard of syncing? It's a good idea, but no follow-through.

5.0

What are the words I'm looking for here ... um ... oh yes, help me! Pick up the controller. Run around the city. Blow things up. Sound like fun? At first I thought it was kinda cool, but the more I played, the more I realized that there wasn't much more to this game. While the graphics will impress you at first, you'll wonder if Sega forgot to animate the jeeps when they blow up. A few words of advice: Try it before you buy it.

4.5

Metal Head rally needs work in several areas. First, it needs to disDose of the cheesy facial animations of various characters. They all look like bad ammatromc robots. Their voices don't even match. Next, the control goes out of whack when you run. It's very difficult to turn precisely where you want. It's also hard to tell if something in the distance is an enemy or not. This could have been really good, but fell short.

4.0

I'm not a big fan of the first-person perspective type of game and this is a good example of why. The graphics are decent but the action is boring. I really appreciate the ability to run. but I don't like running around corridors looking for giant polygons to shoot. Also, what's with the head shots? It has a very off-sync face jammering about the mission. This game may be someone else's bag. but I prefer more action and animation.

MANUFACTURER - Sega

DIFFICULTY - Average

THEME - Action

NUMBER OF PLAYERS - 1

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Metal Head system requirements:SystemP-200.

Systems: Win9x Windows 9x, Windows 2000 WinXPWindows XP, Vista, Win 7, Win 8, Win 10.

Game modes: Metal Head supports single modeSingle game mode

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