A fun arcade title while it lasts. Worth owning for those that like walk-n-shoot type of arcades.
Gameplay: The basic plot of E-SWAT is that you are a cop, and you eventually get promoted into a Cyber policeman for E-SWAT. And throughout the rest of time, you arrest people, and kill tons of bad...
Give this one a chance
Back in the good ol' days when systems like the Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo dominated the gaming community, I was obsessed with awesome 16-bit titles like "Streets of Rage 3", "Strider", "Golden A...
The city is under siege and only a heroic cop can save the day
The city is under siege and only a heroic cop can save the day, no this isn't the plot from a Die Hard film it's the classic ESWAT, well classic is kind of tagged on. This game was a rather nifty arca...
A simple formula for any game to be good is "fun." E-Swat misses that target completely.
Edit: This is an old review; it may be lacking in quality. Before the times of Sega Megadrive ultimate collection, I'd never even heard of this game. When I bought it however, I decided to give it ...
Bares little resemblance to its arcade predessor and consequently ends up mediocre.
I vaguely remember E-SWAT from its arcade days. I remember my older brother playing a game where you start out as a regular patrol cop then move up in the ranks until you eventually become some sort ...
A good side-scrolling shoot em' up
Aah, the memories... I remember when I was five and my dad used to play this game, I just sat there and sunk it in. And today, thanks to the VC I can now play this myself. --STORY-- You play as ...