Defender of Oasis
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Set in the Middle East and so male-centric it could make me puke, you control this prince who must do something heroic… starting off by gathering the Village People of Arabia and going out to fight funny monsters to some funky Middle Eastern music twanging (if this game has one advantage at
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Sure, because the game is set in the Middle East I guess having a male only cast makes sense, but the lack of female leads really hurts the game… of course having bare minimum RPG content and gameplay options also hurts the game. I mean this is so watered down and minimal it makes games like Final Fantasy Legend (Game Boy) seem rich and robust in comparison to this! But then again this game makes EVERYTHING seem rich and robust in gameplay options in comparison including some really horrible RPGs so that’s not
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Movement is shoddy at best, gameplay is straight forward and mind numbing, and while the Genie you pick up has some power (and a few characters do have some special abilities) there just isn’t enough to make this game really shine. In fact this game so does the opposite of shine for the most part making you wonder why I ever thought this game even had a chance review wise.
If this is one of the best RPGs the system has to offer? Then SEGA was doomed from the start. Because of all that, Defenders of Oasis falls woefully short and only garners a 2 out of 5.
OK, what are really the odds of this being really fully participated in by Steven Spielberg? Sure his name is on shows like Tiny Toons and Animaniacs but just how much did he do past cashing the ch...
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