Last completed video game pages

Biker Mice From Mars, Racing, 1994



Developer: Konami

Publisher: Konami

Damageable vehicles: No

Tracks or places: ?

Super Nintendo


Pictures for this video game were provided by: Star Wars Fanatic

All - M

Results pages

1

IGCD Tests [ Add a Test ]


The average are only displayed when the number of votes has reached 3.
Graphics and Sound
Vehicle ModelingYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Landscape/Scenery QualityYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Weather EffectsYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Damage SystemYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Sounds EffectsYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Gameplay
PlayabilityYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
RealismYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Artificial Intelligence PerformanceYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Lifespan
Vehicles VarietyYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Tracks Variety/Map SizeYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Solo ModeYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)
Multiplayer ModeYour Vote :
/10
Average :
-/10 (0 vote)


AuthorMessage

Star Wars Fanatic EN (494)

2008-02-15 21:28

Biker Mice From Mars was a game tie-in of the popular 1990s TV series, and played as your standard power-up centric racing title. Whilst it was fun to play at the time, the pace of the action seemed to be somewhat slow, although the graphics and track design were not too bad. Whilst I was not a fan of the TV series, I do remember watching it occasionally - I was really a fan of the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, which this appeared to mimic in some ways :p

The European version of the game was notable for being an early example of the chronic and loathsome in-game advertising that plagues many games today - Snickers anyone?



A dubious choice of blatant product placement, I have to say.

-- Last edit: 2008-02-15 21:30:17

G-MANN UK (51)

2008-02-18 13:41

I liked Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, it was huge when I was 6 or 7, but I never got into Biker Mice From Mars, when it came out I was starting to outgrow that kind of thing, this was never that good anyway.

G-MANN UK (51)

2008-02-18 13:48

I noticed this a while ago, quite funny really: www.firstfoot.com/News/news2002/bikermice.htm

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...