“ Type: Adult Games „
Sega make technically good machines, the Dreamcast and Megadrive are prime examples, not to mention the majority of arcade games. The same goes for their pinball machines but unfortunately as with Frankenstein, although they didn't create a monster, it is alive but generally lacking a heart to relate to! The highlight's are focussed around the multiballs, with a basic 3 ball and then a frantic 6 ball, both with Frank. himself throwing balls from the top left. Most of the shots are straight forward, though "Justine" through the bumbers and then shooting a loop combo is tough and needs to be done from time to time. The modes aren't too hard to follow either with a lot of points to be made especially through spelling Fran. and the ramp shots. All in all the game is right, correct and true and that's where the problems lie. At no time do you feel you could beat the machine, it's always in control and you get the feeling it's taking a bit too long to think about what's going on. You never get a crescendo of modes conflicting, soundbites overcrowding your senses and lights flashing you to epilepsy. Definately not as exciting as Choo Choo Rocket!!