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System:
Sega Genesis
Publisher:
Virgin Interactive Entertainment
Developer:
Westwood Studios
UPC: 52145820241

Released: 12-08-94
Players: 1

Game Genre:
Action
Game Perspective:
3rd-Person Perspective, Platform, Side-Scrolling
Game Misc:
Licensed Title

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Complete:  $9.57
New:  $28.47
Rarity:  3/10

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The Lion King Box Description

You think you want to be King? Get real. You're starting life as Simba, the cub. To survive and grow into a powerful adult lion, you must perfect your savage pounce, reckless roar and master fighting with all four paws. If you survive the challenge, you'll grow into a strong, ferocious adult lion. So prepare to scrap with hyenas. Blast through an elephant graveyard. Battle an in-your-face stampede of trampling wildebeests. And you'd better quit hanging with slackers like Timon and Pumbaa, unless you want to be scarfing bugs the rest of your life! Are you sure you want to be King? Then it's time to cut loose in the deadliest one-on-one brawl ever. Defeat your evil Uncle Scar. Recapture the Pridelands. And reclaim your rightful place in the Circle of Life!

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The Lion King Review by: janus - 8.9/10

The Lion King: Do You Have What It Takes to Rule the Pride Land?

Faithfully based on the famous Disney movie, The Lion King revisits Simba’s grand journey from a lion cub to the King of the animals. Unlike Aladdin, The Lion King for Sega Genesis is superior in every aspect to the Super Nintendo version.

Graphics: 9/10

The graphics for this game are very nice and colorful and are very close to the movie’s. Cub Simba moves around fluidly and his running his very gracious. He jumps, he pounces, he “howls”, he tries to climb ledges he misses… He even chases butterflies around when he waits for too long. And as an adult, Simba’s moving is even more gracious as his lion shape is even more realistic – his mane flows when he runs. His howl can kill small animals, your paws become a mighty weapon and you can attack enemies by throwing them away. Not many similar games have such well-drawn characters.

The levels themselves are also nice and colorful. The first level reflects the light-heartedness of Simba’s youth with very few things to worry about except lizards and porcupines (that turn over when you “howl” ). The second level recreates “I Can’t Wait to Be King” with nearly-psychedelic colors and animals. In the elephant graveyard, you must make your way through all those bones while avoiding vultures and hyenas. After seeing you there (you actually see Scar in the shade at the end of the level), Scar provokes the Stampeded, a fully-3D environment where you must avoid the animals and rocks, as you ultimately end up escaping from Pride Rock chased by the hyenas who throw rocks at you (that level has a sunset, reflecting the end of an important part of your life).

Hakuna Matata, like the first level, is very light-hearted and shows the few worries surrounding you with luscious vegetation and waterfalls everywhere. But once you grow up into an adult, you have to face Simba’s destiny, where the starry night reveals a hint of Pride Rock where you must return. You then cross the set of Be Prepared (where Scar plans his coup), a strange occurrence at this stage of the game. Nevertheless, the background is as fiery as it should. Simba’s return shows a desolate, green-colored Pride Rock where Simba must make his way. Finally, in the final level, you must make your way up to Pride Rock and get even with Scar. You will need to watch out for pits and lightning bolts that can cause fires.

Finally, all your enemies are also well-drawn. The hyenas you face in levels 1 and 3 are fierce and are much bigger than you are, reflecting the strength they have against you. In comparison, starting in Simba’s Destiny, they are much smaller and weaker, showing that you are now much stronger than they are. In that same level, cheetahs are a bit bigger but are still no match to you. Small caveat: because you only see him towards the very end, Scar didn’t seem to have been given the right amount of attention. As a result, his moves aren’t as fluid nor is he as gracious as Simba.

Now, “secondary graphics” (Timon and Pumba) are also nicely done. Timon especially can move around the screen fluidly chasing for bugs while Pumba merely runs left and right to catch bugs Timon is throwing at him. Nevertheless, his drawing is very nice.

Speaking of bugs, you can collect them throughout the game to gain life energy, a mightier howl or replenish your energy. Some of them can hurt you but they can be hard to spot since they are much darker.

Music: 10/10

For once (along with Aladdin), the Genesis version of a game available for the SNES sounds much better.

The soundtrack is basically a remix of the movie’s. Although purely for adaptation the SNES version is more faithful (“This Land” loop last a little longer as a result), the Genesis version actually sounds closer to the movie’s version – the flute in This Land sounds better. Can’t Wait to Be King is a little more staccato and the Stampede tries to better incorporate the dramatic choir from the movie, making them a better adaptation. Hakuna Matata sounds more joyful (just like This Land), and Under the Stars has both a relaxing tone to it and an epic one, reflecting that you must face Simba’s Destiny.

Sound effects are also well-done. They incorporate genuine voices, a rare feat for 16-bits. You can hear Timon saying (and acting) “It starts” when you start the game, you can hear Pumba complaining “I ate like a PIG” when you eat enough bugs, you can hear Scar telling his hyenas “Kill him”, and at the end of the level the hyenas tell you “If you ever come back, we’ll kill you!” You will even hear and see (although the seeing is limited due to technological limitations) Mufasa telling you, “You must take you place in the Circle of Life”. Finally, you can hear Rafiki saying “The King has returned” (with the same pause) when you use a continue.

Other excellent sound effects include your howling, especially when you are grown-up, your paw attack which does sound like it’s hurting and the monkeys in Simba’s Destiny which do sound like monkeys (they even sound different from those you howl at in Can’t Wait to Be King). The hyenas when you’re Cub Simba and the cheetahs could have sounded better (the former sound like they have a terrible cough), but nothing can be perfect, eh? Oh, and you can hear Pumba’s, er, mighty belch once per bonus round.

Addictiveness: 8/10

Since I loved the movie so much, I easily got hooked to the game.

What did it for me was the very close proximity to the movie, be it the graphics or the music. I really felt like I was watching the movie. I also liked the bug chasing with Timon and Pumba. Although collecting as many bugs as you can doesn’t do much (unless you catch voice or life-enhancing ones), it was still a nice challenge.

Story: 9/10

As I’ve said above, the game is a faithful re-creation of the movie. You follow Simba’s adventure from his innocent life in Prideland to his colorful escapade when he tries to escape Zazu’s attention, from the Stampede to his escape from Pride Rock and finally back to it so he can get his revenge on Scar.

Of course since it’s a game a few extra elements were added like the Gorilla Boss in Hakuna Matata and the monkeys and cheetahs in Simba’s Destiny. Nevertheless, those who watched the movie will love will find a game truly faithful to the movie it’s adapted from.

Depth: 6/10

I didn’t think the levels were that big, especially as Cub Simba.

In these levels, there isn’t much to explore. All you do is run left and right and reach the end of the level, fighting an occasional boss (mostly the hyenas). You can get a special token to go in the Special Stage and collect Circle of Life for continues, but that’s it. The real challenge is in Can’t Wait, where you need to have monkeys throw you in the right direction.

Level are slightly larger as an adult. They make you use your mighty paw to find your way through vines (Simba’s Destiny) of make stalactites fall off (Be Prepared). Simba’s Return is probably the largest level, with its many dead ends leading you back to where you start.

Difficulty: 6/10

The Lion King offer three different difficulty levels. The higher the difficulty level, the more you have to hit bosses in order to kill them (from one to three hits for the hyenas). That seems to be the main distinction, although Simba’s Escape seem to also have more falling rocks.

Other than the difficulty level itself, the game proper also proposes many challenges. In Can’t Wait to Be King, You will need to howl at the right monkeys (so they throw you in the right direction) and be mindful of the screen so you jump/duck properly with the ostrich. The Stampede will be quite a challenge as you have to watch both for the gnus running behind you and rocks in front of you (after half the level, you won’t even see the pattern coming up to you).

But the main challenge comes when you are an adult and you don’t have a turbo controller (the SNES didn’t have that problem, though). With the regular Genesis controller, I was never able to throw my foes away as adult Simba (that’s how Simba throws Scar to the hyenas in the movie), which make completing the game nearly impossible because that’s how you need to finish Scar.

In short, The Lion King is a must-try for everyone. The graphics are colorful and faithful to the movie, the music is amazingly close to the real soundtrack (you even have Can You Feel the Love and Circle of Life) and the gameplay is challenging enough for players of every level.

Do you have what it takes to reclaim Pride Rock?


  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Depth 6   Story 9   Difficulty 6

The Lion King Game Description

Young Simba just can't wait to be king. His father is the current King of the Savannah and the young prince is able to frolic the lands at will; jumping on and around other subjects of this animal kingdom. When Simba's father, King Mufasa, is killed and his evil brother Scar takes over the kingdom, Simba is banished from the lands of his birthright and has to grow up fast, honing his skills, for the day of his return.The Lion King, based on the famous Disney movie, is a platform game where you control Simba - initially as a young cub, and later as an adult lion. The plot of the game follows the plot of the movie. Each of the levels represents a part of the movie. As young Simba, you can fight various beasts, such as lizards, by jumping on them. You can also roar to scare some creatures into submission, though every time you roar, you have to wait for your "roar meter" to charge. As an adult lion, you can still roar and jump, but now you fight enemies by slashing at them with your claws (if you're skillful enough, you can also grab them and toss them off the screen). The game features no in-game save function, and it needs to be replayed from the beginning every time.

The Lion King Reviews

Overall 8.5    Graphics 9.5    Sound 9.8    Addictive 5.3    Story 9    Depth 6.5    Difficulty 8


8.9
The Lion King: Do You Have What It Takes to Rule the Pride Land?   janus
Faithfully based on the famous Disney movie, The Lion King revisits Simba’s grand journey from...
  Graphics 9   Sound 10   Addictive 8   Story 9   Depth 6   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 5/5     Submitted: 04-04-15     Updated: 04-04-15     Review Replies: 2

6.8
The Circle of Life   huntra1291
   Growing up I was a huge fan of The Lion King. I saw it in theaters many time a kid. And...
  Graphics 10   Sound 10   Addictive 2   Story 7   Depth 6   Difficulty 6

      Review Rating: 4/5     Submitted: 11-01-15     Review Replies: 2

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"...Rawr"   floobadoo
I always loved the movie the lion king, and this game could have been way better if it was a bit les...
  Graphics 9   Sound 9   Addictive 6   Story 10   Depth 9   Difficulty 10

      Review Rating: 3/5     Submitted: 07-19-14     Review Replies: 2

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mattyhbk 09-03-15 - 07:25 PM
 This was so hard as a kid. Now I'm an adult and it even HARDER!!! And thats with the save and load button!!! How I ever got as far as I did on a mega drive is beyond me!
OrdannonsX 02-27-14 - 01:07 PM
 Guys, this game does work on Chrome. ;)
simpsonsfreak 11-06-13 - 01:00 AM
 How do you make the move to throw Scar over the cliff?
nataliahero 10-28-13 - 08:15 PM
 oh and i downloaded i never really played it here,
nataliahero 10-28-13 - 08:15 PM
 does this let me put the code for all levels? i might try it because im gonna SCREAM!
arizvega 06-18-13 - 08:37 AM
 This was a very good and classic retro game for the Sega Genesis
evilcon09 06-18-13 - 07:29 AM
 i cant beat the second level since that's hard as
flmarguita 03-09-13 - 01:03 PM
 I can't make Simba defeat Scar at the end. I don't know how to make the move that is required
floobadoo 02-11-13 - 06:55 PM
 theres a snes version if this but its not quite as good as this. Its okay but its fuzzier and some of the music is not as good
jasonpope89 01-06-13 - 02:23 AM
 note if game dosent work and screen is black simply click upper left hand side to the words play using medafen it will fix prob
slyilgal 11-29-12 - 02:05 AM
 Alright, got it finally. This game does not work on Chrome, black screen. Does not work on IE, controls don't work. Firefox allows game play, but set the keys to 3,4,5, and directions is still the same. Good luck!
slyilgal 11-27-12 - 08:34 AM
 Tried to reconfigure the keys, it seems that the controls swap keys at random. For instance, the "jump" key can be "a", "s", "d", or "c" and it works at random, switching between keys when the game feels like it. Gremlins...
slyilgal 11-27-12 - 08:23 AM
 how can I fix my controls? I am using a keyboard, the arrows work, but I cant seem to get the basic keys to work :( Simba needs to jump
sguinn91 06-22-12 - 10:00 PM
 Any of you guys getting a black screen on this game or any other Sega genesis games? Use Firefox instead of Internet explorer. Sega genesis games won't work on Internet explorer. I hope that helps y'all out.
Game Demon 06-14-12 - 07:41 AM
 wow i forgot how hard these games can be lol
ChrisKing123 05-29-12 - 02:54 PM
 how do you save a game ppl ?
Demonspike 05-13-12 - 01:00 PM
 Playing this again! :XD
Demonspike 05-13-12 - 12:57 PM
 @Julio1812 - Try getting the up to date Vizzed RGR Plugin - After that, make sure you run the game on a compatible search engine.
julio1812 05-12-12 - 06:32 PM
 my screen is black any advice?
Demonspike 05-09-12 - 07:05 PM
 God I love this game! Just completed it.... again, Completed it so many times in my childhood that I lost count.
dragonite246 05-06-12 - 01:08 PM
 why can I see game
Bcat 05-04-12 - 07:08 AM
 gosh, the stampede...
Rioter 04-30-12 - 08:09 AM
 why cant i see the game?
THELIONKING 04-29-12 - 11:27 PM
 kk
commander shepe.. 04-27-12 - 12:08 AM
 i missed seeing that virgin logo on games

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