Game #46: Yoshi's Safari
Finished the game without dying and a score of 861,450 points.
Yes, another Super Scope game.
This will likely be the last one I play since the only compatible game I have left is Super Scope 6 and I don't think any of those have endings.
Yoshi's Safari is kind of exhausting as it's longer than the other Super Scope games I've played.
To give you an idea, Battle Clash has 10 enemies to defeat, while Yoshi's Safari has 12, but unlike Battle Clash, Yoshi's Safari has an auto-scrolling stage full of enemies before every boss.
Plus, Yoshi's Safari is much easier and a lot more monotonous as you see the same enemies in nearly every stage and the bosses' patterns are really easy to figure out.
I haven't really mentioned this until now, but all these Super Scope games are pretty short... and for good reason.
Have you ever actually played anything with this giant bazooka? It takes a toll on you.
It's pretty heavy and looking through the scope can be hard on your eyes after a while.
The games have to be short enough that you can beat them before you get tired out.
Unfortunately, Yoshi's Safari goes on a little too long and it's not nearly as stimulating as Battle Clash or Metal Combat.