Lethal Enforcers

It's not actually easier to see what's happening when it's in motion. That dude is behind a window, which apparently makes him look like a ghost.
It's not actually easier to see what's happening when it's in motion. That dude is behind a window, which apparently makes him look like a ghost.

It wasn’t as hard to get this game to work as I thought it’d be. Not that I’m saying I was illegally emulating it or anything, but if I were it would have been pretty easy. Just turn on the… vindicators or whatever the peripheral is called. Then you get to play a game that is based on real photos, on your SNES.

Was it worth it, stupid? Are you proud of yourself? You are playing this game. On your SNES. It looks like eight piles of turds. But you just had to play it, didn’t you? Well, good job. Amazing. You are seriously the master of everything. I’m sure there’s some way to run it on MAME, or, you know, find an actual cabinet out there somewhere. But, why do that when you can play an emulated version of a port of a light gun game and instead of using a MOUSE, or a LIGHT GUN, you get to use a DPAD?

This was a weak idea for a piece: berating someone for playing this particular version of this particular game using this particular platform. But the point still stands: from a historical perspective, the SNES ROM for Lethal Enforcers is beyond irrelevant. Just don’t bother with it, ever. The only reason to have this ROM is if you, for some insane reason, are one of those obsessive foks who must have EVERY one at their fingertips. The only reason to play it is it you are obsessive about playing all of the games, despite the fact that that would be stupid. And, the only reason to write about it is because you are super charming.

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