The Final Word game review
Capcom brings another Disney adventure to life in The Magical Quest for The Super Nintendo Entertainment System. As Mickey, players must endeavor to rescue Pluto from the clutches of the evil wizard Pete. Cartoon-like graphics filled with the magic of Disney style animation accent this side-scrolling adventure.
Mickey's Quest was a game of skill. Not much skill, but none the less cute. I think that the game should have a wider variety of difficulty settings, as an added challenge for gamers after puberty. Mickey was well animated, as were all of the backgrounds. The game play was smooth and concise, but there was little depth to the game--this was to be expected however for the genre of game that it is. Very good for young'uns and people out for just a few kicks.
Capcom has created another hit! This game is a must get if you have children. The difficulty factor is not very high. There are not a lot of power-ups to confuse younger players. The control of your character is average. This game is by far the best Disney oriented game that I have seen.
Yeah, I liked this game... a lot. Beautiful backgrounds, top notch animation, and sharp control to boot! My only complaint was when the game ended, I wanted more levels; but, I understand this game is aimed towards a younger age group. Definitely worth buying if you have children, and at least worth renting if not.
Mickey's Magical Quest was cute. The graphics were excellent and the sound was decent. The "Mario" style play was good, but not unique. Pleasant.
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Originally appeared Vol 1, Iss 6 (02-03/93)