You wanna know who's bad?? Mini-bosses complete with their own health bar appear at times and provide a little tougher challenge like the Hand-Sniper who assaults you with his telescoping arm and wicked colonial wig , and main bosses like the Rhino-man present the most difficult challenge at the end of each stage. . Two Crude Dudes, an arcade hit adapted for the Genesis System, takes place in the year 2010. T he Scoreboard- Gameplay: — Two Crude Dudes does what it can to stand out from the pack but ultimately comes up short in the gameplay department. It offered many games to the Genesis library, and among the best of them was Two Crude Dudes. The single-player mode is nice and clean though.
Even strategically, throwing feels advantageous as you basically turn an enemy into a projectile to be hurled at more baddies which has the potential to take out more than one at a time. Their objective is to retake control of a ruined from Big Valley after a nuclear explosion the group caused. While many of those aforementioned backgrounds look vibrant, too much of the foreground dissolves away pretty much no matter what stage your on into a bland menagerie of greys, blues, and yellows which not only stales the eyes but also makes it tricky to tell which items can be picked up causing frustration. Unfortunately, one of the gangs has acquired the assistance of a great scientific mind to help the members in their evil endeavors. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. Even a friend can join in! Your primary weapons are your martial arts abilities and your superior strength. Throwing cars and cool boss fights.
Much like, say, , Two Crude Dudes is not only great thanks to it being a genuinely good game but also thanks to just how overall nuts it is! Nuclear radiation has leaked out, wiping out a majority of the city. Also, if you know what you want, feel free to directly. Roadkill War Zones The Dudes show off their buffed bods when they clear a level, but there's no room for posers when you're crime-busting in Two Crude. They know all the basic hand-to-hand assaults, but the most potent and useful is the grab-n- throw. Experienced arcade coin-poppers who played Data East's two arcade versions or Two Crude will love Genesis Two Crude's kick-and-punch action. Hm, might want to rewrite that, folks.
You may have to before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Like most brawler games of this type, punching and kicking is an effective way to bring the crude however when your a giant lumbering ape-man wearing a peace-jacket, body-slamming just feels too good to ignore! Being the all-around good Samaritan dudes who you are, you must use your brutal strength to hack your way through. When two or more enemy characters are in a line, using the jump kick will knock them down like bowling pins. Two Crude Dudes is great fun alone and a blast with a pal. Because the main characters are muscle-bound brawlers, they have the ability to pick up objects well beyond their own weight e.
Do you have what it takes to help Biff and Spike battle their way through six levels? Two Crude Dudes is pure honest-to-goodness meh! Not only are Biff and Spike lean and mean, they're also well-dressed for street punks. Each player has a life bar, which decreases each time they're hit. But, you can defeat them when they are standing. The sound effects are totally forgettable and provide next to nothing to the experience overall which is a shame. Except maybe throwing Hot Dog banners at tanks: Again, I suggest some kind of impeachment: two guys to take out a bunch of tanks? Sprites are large and move well.
While playing co-op, it is also possible for one player to pick up the other to use as a projectile. Varying button combinations gives Biff and Spike special martial arts moves. You can grab-n-throw enemies, street signs, cars, and even your partner in crime-fighting. Yup, Two Crude Dudes for the Genesis is a double-player, eight-megabit, fist fighting extravaganza! Far into the future, the fate of New York is quite grim. Clearing an area takes you to a bonus stage where you can refill your energy by hitting a soda machine.
Each object can only be thrown once, so use it wisely. Final Verdict: -Hard to argue with my facial expression sitting next to this sentence. Also, guess how you get health? But when a series of nuclear explosions level the Big Apple in the year 2010, few folks feel like visiting, much less moving there! It does however make me thirsty for a soda… time to start attacking some vending machines! He runs a blog at and can be found ranting on Twitter Read more of The Retro Critic. Biff and Spike have the fight game down cold with sweet visuals, great rockin' tunes, and controllable, intuitive gameplay. The hit detection feels fine but your t-rex punch and baby kick make it difficult to reach the bad guys without getting in close which often leaves you prone for an attack. Control-wise, Two Crude Dudes performs okay but is not without its struggles.
Outside Japan, the port was released under the name Two Crude Dudes. The sprite designs are unique as hell and easily my favorite thing about the graphics but the color is mostly blah, the animations redundant, and the stages lacking in creativity even with all of the dumb graffiti and hot dog signs around. Hard to get bored with that one. Killin' for a Livin' Data East gets a double-fist high-five for Two Crude. Further perusing of the instruction manual uncovers more interesting tidbits like the Crude Dudes specific names Biff and Spike… really? The game also allows for up to three continues.
Then retreat to a safe area of the screen while he fires his flame gun. I think I should revisit it again just to be sure. This game's a riot straight from the get-go! Surely you jest, Mr President. Moving on, the game opens with you walking down the street beating up bad guys, picking up all kinds of crap lying around and using it to throw on people, much like in. Additionally, a sound and music test is available for those that are so inclined.