Universal Soldier


Couldn't find a box cover of this game, so the starting screen will take it's place. Jean Claude smash!

Universal Soldier is yet another movie game that hit the Super Nintendo system in the 90's. Unlike The Hunt for Red October, this one isn't playable at all. It's a classic example of how not to make a movie liscensed game; don't make it a run and gun game. The graphics is very bland and the music is just awful. The controlls aren't good at all and the whole game just stinks.

Rent Universal Soldier the movie instead.

Jean Claude in pixel form.

The Hunt for Red October


Many movie stars have had an apperance in a Super Nintendo movie game. Arnold Schwarzenegger, Mel Gibson, Jim Carrey and even Sean Connery in The Hunt for Red October.

The Hunt for Red October is a quite nice movie franchised SNES game. This is not frequently the case among Super Nintendo (and games nowadays) games, hence Mel Gibson in the Lethal Weapon game. The Hunt for Red October has good controlls and is not a run and gun platformer, it's an submarine shmup, and it works! The game might not have the best graphics around, but the controlls are actually pretty well done!

If you would like submarine shaken and not stirred, check out this game!

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