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Time Killers

Time Killers (XSX) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Tags: Fighting, Versus
Developer: Incredible Technologies


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Time Killers review

Reviewed June 30, 2007

johnny_cairo says: "The foulness of Time Killers is legendary, but only in the form of its woefully belated Genesis port. The version which hit arcades in 1992 was a direct and pretty sleazy response to Mortal Kombat; Strata's only strategy was to feature more dismemberments and 16-bit gore fountains than Midway's seminal fighting opus. Instead of digitized actors, it used a homey hand-made approach which made it a little more disturbing. While it wasn't too much of a looker, the sprites and backgroun..."
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