I would rather play Sonic 3D Blast than Spot Goes to Hollywood, which should tell you right off the bat how bad this isometric platform game is on Sega Genesis. It goes for $20 CIB and I wouldn’t pay half that. 7-Up was not even using Spot as a mascot by this point. The controls are counter-intuitive to most isometric 3D games on the console, moving at a diagonal to match the viewpoint, which only means you’re going to miss jumps that you’d otherwise expect to make.
Your weapon is useless, the items you need to collect are hidden, and other than Tommy Tallarico’s soundtrack, this whole thing feels like a waste of time. Subscribe to Mistah MegaManFan for new Genesis Does every Thursday! Like, share and comment to help the channel grow — and if you already watched this video one more would help get our hours up. Thanks for your support!