The Red Ranger paused for a moment to observe his surroundings: shiny, metal walls, neon lights and large windows, through which he could see the towering skyscrapers of the metropolis. The sky was blue but his mission was not a walk in the park. He had to stop his enemies from getting the time crystals and messing with history, preventing the Rangers from existing.Power Rangers Super Legends is a side scrolling platform/ beat’ em up, based on the famous TV series. In case you ‘ve never heard of them, the Rangers are a team of super heroes who use impressive martial arts to protect Earth from hostile aliens. I admit I did not watch the series when I was a kid, so I cannot say how close the game is to the show. However, I enjoyed it thanks to its tight controls, variety of moves, colorful graphics and cool sounds.
In each time zone they had gathered special forces to stop him and this place was no different: soldiers materialized out of nowhere and attacked him immediately. He punched and kicked, knocking them down swiftly. One of them fired his laser gun. The Ranger ducked, then jumped over his enemy and slammed him on the ground. A huge armored guy charged but once again the Ranger's agility saved him. He grabbed the closest soldier and tossed him on the giant, gaining enough time to pull out his pistol and fire a charged blast that disposed of the remaining opposition. He moved ahead.
A half transparent platform hovered above his head. He bent his knees and jumped, landing on its smooth surface. A large door was built many feet higher, meant to hinder further progress. He leaped towards the opposite wall, bounced off of it and smashed the door with a dashing air kick. A secret room was revealed, full of goodies, including a yellow bolt. Now he could replenish his energy and perform his devastating super attack. Soon, he would find the boss commanding all those mindless minions and start a nice conversation with him.
Labels: A2M, action, Adventure, CGRretro, console, Disney Interactive Studios, playstation, playstation 2, Power Rangers, Power Rangers Super Legends, PS2, Retro Reflections, sony