Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers
|a game by||Capcom|
|Editor Rating:||8.3/10, based on 2 reviews|
|User Rating:||8.3/10 - 6 votes|
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|See also:||Disney Games, Chip 'N Dale, 2D Platformer Games, Games for Kids|
- Nintendo / Capcom
- Type: Action
- Release: June 1990
- Levels: 8
- Difficulty: Avg.
Rescue Rangers teams up Chip and Dale in a multi-event, multiscrolling action/adventure. Either one or two players cooperate or compete simultaneously for bonus items as the heros look to survive while rescuing their main girl, Gadget.
Like previous Disney titles for the NES, this Capcom game offers the best graphics and game play for both young and old players alike.
Every part of this game, from the graphics to the sounds to the game play, is well done indeed. Rescue Rangers only falls flat in terms of challenge and difficulty. Like the other Disney games, Capcom has hurt a great cart by making it too easy. A great package that ends too quickly.
As a player's game, Rescue Rangers is outstanding because of its true-to-Disney animation and good control. The game play is challenging and proves to be more difficult than previous Disney entries from Capcom, and should prove appealing to those who can get past the kiddie-theme.
Capcom does it again with another Disney title that first looks like a kiddie game but ends up turning into one of the better Super Mario-style action games available. Great cartoon graphics and superb game play blend together giving you a cart packed with fun!
Rescue Rangers is another successful merger between Capcom and Disney. The game really provides us with a whole new technique to master, within the framework of a standard action/adventure game. You get dual scrolling, large Bosses and super 2-player interaction!
Download Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers
- PC compatible
- Operating systems: Windows 10/Windows 8/Windows 7/2000/Vista/WinXP
- P-200, 32 MB RAM
For an 8-Bit platform, Rescue Rangers comes off rather well and, if anything, makes you wish for a 16-Bit version! Capcom has always done well with cartoony characters and themes and this is certainly no exception!