With gameplay that requires an awful lot of memorization and timing, Life Force deserves little if any praise.
INTRO: During the late 1980s and early 1990s, games often resorted to having difficulty that is so sheer as to have the player trying over and over again upon each failure. The challenges were most...
Insanely Fun, Beyond Reason
Life Force won't win too many awards for originality. It was one in a long line of space shooters which relied upon twitch reflexes. The game does, however, succeed on many levels. You've seen it m...
Probably the most inovative shooter of its time.
This is positively another gem from Konami. Great music, great visuals, and great gameplay. Not to sound redundant but the game is simply, great. (I'm Tony the Tiger now I guess) The bosses are the sh...
This game bears the same name as the b movie (this movie was about alien vampires that sucked life-force from peeps, which inturn made them vamps), but has nothing in common with it. I only mention th...
Just like Konami's contra, all you need is the one cheat code and another player to bring back this game's allure.
Difficulty: Don't waste your time trying to beat this game without a cheat code-- it's that difficult. Just hit "Up, Up, Down, Down, Left, Right, Left, Right, B, A, Select, Start " at the startup ...
This is another of my favorate games for the NES from one of my favorate video game series "Gradius" let alone the first shooter I've ever played. There's not much to say about the game it's practical...
One of the best NES games
I first played Life Force when my friend got it for Christmas when I was in fourth grade. We became obsessed with the game and, until we discovered the Konami code worked for Life Force as well, coul...