Shatterhand (NES) review
"You might suppose that in a game where youíre supposed to wail on everything with powerful fists, your enemies would attack in a manner that encourages brawls. However, your foes often fire potshots at you from a significant distance. Youíll almost never meet an enemy that is an easy target for your fists, so instead youíll spend a lot of time slowly sneaking forward while leaping or ducking to avoid projectiles. It slows everything to a crawl at the best of times, while in other instances youíre pretty much screwed until you memorize the layout of a level."
Staff review by Jason Venter (June 30, 2012)
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