1942 is a vertically scrolling shooter made by Capcom that was released for the arcade in 1984. It was the first game in the 19XX series.
There are not enough stories in this game to rate it. You may only know this is World War 2 that you are flying to Japan and many things, but that’s the only story there. For some reason, they don’t cough you to drop bombs on Japan. Don’t get me wrong, I’m against innocent murder, but bombs are great, and the whole game seems to be leading to that point.
The games in this game are exciting. Very challenging, and you might never be able to beat it without using fifteen further, but it’s still fun. The same goes for strengthening. You could say that this is a general shooting game, and it doesn’t offer anything out of the ordinary, and you’ll be right, but again, this is one of the first shooting games. So I want to let it go through. There are many enemies, all of which challenge you in different ways. Power-ups are fun and enjoyable, and boss fights are pretty fun too. They might have done with some sort with the boss. Instead, it’s the same and gives him a little extra health every time, but whatever.
This game also has a significant flaw. You kept pressing the button to fire bullets. It wasn’t any skill test. It is merely an endurance test. I saved my fingers and thumbs from pain and blistering and used the automatic shot mode with the turbo controller.