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Xtreme Classix - Desert Strike

The Desert Strike Family

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Desert Strike (Sega Master System)


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Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf (Super Nintendo)
A year after the Gulf war, American troops are returning to deal with a madman named General Mubaba, who intends to possibly destroy the world. So the president of the United States of America (supposedly Bill Clinton) Decides to hire the best chopper pilots to fly into the gulf of Persia to deal with the madman. You're the main pilot. You have a choice of 4 co-pilots. Lt. "X-man" Thomas, Lt. "Aussie" Tinmarie, Lt. "Mr. D" Arrick, and Lt. "Tracker" Michaels. There's also a pilot who's MIA, so you have to find him as well. Are you good enough to take on the whole Middle east to take down this madman?

This is EA at it's finest. EA always makes great music, no matter what video game you play. The sound effects are excellent, the graphics are like candy to the eyes, and the controls are as beautiful as they come. You pretty much choose what buttons do what, and how you control the chopper. Overall, this game is a keeper.

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Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf (Sega Genesis)
Without warning a madman has emerged in the middle East and threatens to start Armageddon. The international community knows very little about this menace, the self-styled "General" Kilbaba, but we have enough evidence of his military capabilities to take his threats very seriously. The President of the United States has chosen you to fly a series of dangerous preemptive campaigns in the desert to vanquish this inimical despot.
--from the Genesis Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf instruction booklet

Sometimes movies and video games are better than real life. Got a terrorist dictator starting some trouble? Instead of wasting thousands of soldiers, guns, tanks, and planes, not to mention time, just send in Rambo to single-handedly take out all the bad guys. Or in the case of Desert Strike, send in one brave pilot with his trusty Apache attack helicopter. Problem solved!


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Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf (Sega GameGear)


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Jungle Strike (Sega Genesis)
The United States is being attacked by a desert madman and a crazed drug lord from South America, who have teamed up for a terrorist attack. It's up to you and your team of commandos to save the day. Shoot and destroy anything that is standing in your path to victory!

Jungle Strike is the sequel to Desert Strike, and if you've played Desert Strike then you know how great these games are! Again the graphics were top of the line, game-play was fast, and if you wanted to stay alive you needed to use tactics. Controls were easy to use and that added to great game-play. Jungle Strike's music was average: there were some annoying songs, but the sound of bullets and missiles drown most of it out. Jungle Strike was an excellent game if you like shooters. ___8/10 stars___


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Jungle Strike (Super Nintendo)
A Middle Eastern terrorist and a South American drug lord are making plans to destroy Washington D.C. You must pilot your Comanche attack helicopter to protect the President and our beloved national monuments from nuclear attack! Then the true Jungle Strike begins, when you take the fight to them. Invade the South American jungle fortress with a huge arsenal of vehicles and weaponry, and save the world from these scum once and for all.

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Urban Strike (Sega Genesis)
Carry out all your missions without dying and save the U.S. from certain anarchy!

When Urban Strike was released it had a fairly unique idea for a helicopter game. Set in the year 2001, the drug market is running wild, criminals roam the streets, and Iraq is on our side. Urban Strike was basically the same as its predecessors, Desert Strike and Jungle Strike, except it was in an urban setting. You will need to fly your helicopter all over the U.S. Some of the cities are: New York, San Fransisco, and Las Vegas.

The graphics and sound are pretty good for this game. I like the techno music and the explosion sound effects were great too. All in all I would say that Urban Strike is a pretty fun game.


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Urban Strike (Super Nintendo)
First the Desert Madman, then the Jungle Drug Lord... now a new evil challenges the Strike C.O.R.E. right here in America! Ruthless media mogul and political maverick H.R. Malone secretly plans to destabilize the U.S. government. Crush this rebellion at all cost!
--from the SNES Urban Strike instruction booklet

Another helicopter shoot-em-up in the Desert Strike tradition. This time, the evil psycho villain is a Presidential hopeful who lost his grip on reality when he lost the election. Urban Strike takes you to various destinations around the United States, following his movements and foiling his schemes to cripple our civilization.


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