The Final Word game review
Super Conflict is a new military strategy game for the SNES. Maneuver everything from light infantry to heavy battle tanks in your quest to conquer. Numerous scenarios are sure to keep even cunning players busy for weeks.
This game is great for anyone with a lot of patience. I myself do not have the willingness to sit down and play for hours. However, I will say that this is one of the most fun simulators that I have played. It is very mindful of Military Madness on the TG-16. Lots of levels to keep you busy.
War, violence, destruction, and high caliber weapons make this game very fun to play. With very realistic representations of armament and vehicles, you cannot help but enjoy it. The sound is fair but not a very strong point for the game. Gameplay is standard for a war simulation. This game kept me glued to the TV for hours. The only thing that disappointed me about Super Conflict was that it wasn't a two-player game. Not bad at all and definitely a good war simulation.
This is probably the best military simulator I've ever played on a console. Up until now I've always felt a hex map should stay on the table, but with Super Conflict this style works out nicely. The best thing is this game can be just as fun for novice players as well as experienced players. There's no rule necessary for anyone to figure out this game, and once you get going you don't want to stop... Fortunately, you can save up to four games on the cart, and you can play against your friend or the computer. Definitely a game to make your mind work.
Eh, it was OK. The gameplay on Super Conflict was pretty good, but the graphics were definitely nothing to get excited about. This title had some interesting aspects to it, but it got pretty old pretty quick.
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Originally appeared Vol 2, Iss 2 (06-07/93)