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I absolutely loved this game on the 5200.  The 7800 is a great port as well and offers the multi-colored characters that the 5200 didn't do.  Both games are well done.  The 2600 version of the game, while not bad, does miss a few things in my opinion.  This is one game that is missing from my 5200 and 7800 games.  I love the artwork on the labels.  It reminds me of...

 

http://www.amazon.com/Heavy-Metal-Music-Motion-Picture/dp/B000002H4C

 

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I absolutely loved this game on the 5200.  The 7800 is a great port as well and offers the multi-colored characters that the 5200 didn't do.  Both games are well done.  The 2600 version of the game, while not bad, does miss a few things in my opinion.  This is one game that is missing from my 5200 and 7800 games.  I love the artwork on the labels.  It reminds me of...

 

http://www.amazon.com/Heavy-Metal-Music-Motion-Picture/dp/B000002H4C

 

Need I say more?

I think the 7800 version is really good too.  5200 version is ok...hindered by the 5200 fire button IMO (8 bit version is identical, but with better controls which make it very good).  2600 version is really really awesome.  Non-landing eggs make it unique.  It's one of those games that's much better than what I expected, given the limitations of the hardware. 

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