The Nerd reviews the 52nd game on Action 52 titled the Cheetah Men, which came with it's own single volume comic and a preview to a line of action figures that never got made. It looked like the best game cause all of the efforts seem to be poured into it the most compared to the other games. However the game isn't any better than the other 51 games. It suffers from unusual glitches and the attack moves are worthless to certain enemies. After finishing all 52 games, the Nerd decided to play the unreleased Cheetah Men 2 game. It's so rare that only 1500 cartridges were made and are sold for a high price on various online auction websites. Usually the sequel to a game improves in something, except the Nerd finds out that the Cheetah Men 2 game has more glitches and very bland level designs. The biggest insult of all is that you're unable to proceed any further after beating a certain boss. To wrap up his review he decides to play the Sega Genesis version of Action 52, which consists of ... Written by
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The Cheetahmen are fighting for a kid who got sucked into a TV? Whom we never refer to again?
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