The Simpsons is considered to be one of the best arcade game ever made. But here, I won't discuss about the arcade version. Oh no! I will talking about the DOS port of the game. And guess what. It's actually a decent game, unlike other horrible ports, like Super C, which still today I consider it the worst port of an arcade game. The Simpsons port is almost identical to the arcade version, both in gameplay and story, but with some changes. First of all, the game can only be played by up to 2 players, which is understandable. I never really wanted a 4 player port of the game. Another significant change, is that the graphics are inferior to the arcade version, but it's not that bad. Compare the graphics of this game to the ones in the one mentioned above and you might see the difference. Some of the sound effect have been removed, but again, it's understandable and it's really not that important. The gameplay remains the same, resulting in an almost same fun as in the arcade version. I'm really glad that this port exists, but with today's technology of emulating arcade games, The Simpsons port is now like an unnecessary port. But, I still appreciate it and I looked at the game as if I was back in the '90s and having a port on my PC. Overall, The Simpsons is a decent port of the arcade version and despite some of its inferior elements over its arcade counterpart, the game still manages to be fun and deliver the same humor as the arcade and TV show had to offer.
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