Judge Dredd (SNES) Review


I am… THE LAW!

Wizard Dojo

Judge Dredd is a 1995 video game, based on the 1995 Sylvester Stallone film, which in turn was based on the comic book series of the same name. Though Judge Dredd would receive another film more in tune with the comic in the early 2010s, the 1995 film is one of those “so bad it’s good” affairs, boasting the best kind of cheesy Stallone action. As such, the transition to a video game didn’t exactly have any real standard to live up to. But while the Stallone flick was chock-full of hammy action and dialogue to the point of being stupidly delightful, the SNES game adaptation just feels bland.

The Judge Dredd video game is your typical run-and-gun platformer. Dredd is equipped with a gun with limitless ammo, and can also punch and kick enemies (which, strangely, do more damage than the gun). You can jump of course, and you…

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