|Comix Zone tells the story of Sketch Turner, a "starving artist" comic book writer/rock musician trying to get by. As fun as such an occupation may sound, Sketch's life is about to get much more interesting. It seems that Sketch's most vile criminal creation, Mortus, has managed to leave his home in the fictional Newer York City and exchange places in the real world with Sketch himself. Now Sketch must fight for his life against his own creations, each illustrated by Mortus as Sketch moves from comic frame to comic frame. |
Three Episodes of beat 'em up action are there for you as Sketch to battle through, each consisting of two levels. Moves like the serial high tornado kick, the uppercut, the floor sweep, the whirlwind jump kick, and more are at your disposal as you try to end Mortus' evil ways. Knives, grenades, bombs, superhero icons, and even your pet sewer rat, Roadkill, are there for extra help when you need them. And one thing's for sure: you'll need all the help you can get!
|ESRB Descriptor||Animated Violence|
|Control Elements||Keyboard, Mouse|
|Number of Players||1|
Average review score based on 1 user reviews
It's old school. Had a Sega and this was my favorite game on it. It has a comic book effect and you can choose at different points in the game one of two directions. It also has some decent music in the game. The only thing that does suck is it's for a p.c. so the controls are different, using the key board at this time. On the video game you could choose diiferent kicks your player used and it doesn't seem to have that option either.
It's still a fun game, and I enjoy playing it.