Super R Type Review



Super R Type is an action shooter game for the Super Nintendo. Essentially Super R Type is the third game in the series known as R Type. Both R Type and R Type 2 both were arcade shooters. The game itself is very well done and a pleasure to play. Most people would not like or appreciate the level of difficulty. However, fans of retro games really would especially if they prefer difficult games of old. If you like shoot em ups, you probably have Super R Type in your collection already. If not, buy it. It is a really well done gem.

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About VideoGameSauce

Dustin Lee grew up with a passion and love for videos games. At an early age his dad owned an Atari 2600 and they played games like Combat and Warlords for hours. At age five Dustin bought his first and very own Nintendo. After that it was hook line and sinker. He’s owned just about every popular video game console and now does a youtube channel called VideoGameSauce. After a first failed attempt at reviewing games Dustin took a break and after a year returned to world of gaming reviews. He has a quirky sense of humor and a love for all things retro. Dustin loves to delve deep into various hobbies such as podcasting, crocheting, screen printing, photography, bead art, painting, and of course collecting retro game systems and games. Other than video games he has a passion for music as well. His musical loves range anywhere from Abba to Zappa and everything in between. He plays the drums on occasion and hopefully soon will attend school for music production. His all time favorite game console is the Nintendo Entertainment System. Other favorite systems are the Sega Genesis model 1, Colecovision, Atari 2600, Dreamcast, Super Nintendo, and Plug and Play Retro releases. His favorite games include Berzerk, Castlevania, Bioshock, Fallout 3, Revenge of Shinobi, Mario Paint, and every port of Donkey Kong.