Plot. Centuries ago, an interdimensional being known as Zordon, came to the city of Angel Grove to establish a Command Center for his never ending battle against evil. With assistance of his faithful robotic partner Alpha 5, he sought six energetic teenagers, and gave them the power to transform into a superhuman fighting force. In times of great need, they would summon colossal assault vehicles, known as Zords. In the meantime, an evil being named Ivan Ooze was released from his prison by Lord Zedd and Rita Repulsa. Ivan Ooze manipulates children with Ooze in order to turn their parents into zombies, and find his evil Ectomorphicons. The Power Rangers set out to stop the evil madman once and for all, and save the world from total destruction.
Concept. The objective is to guide the rangers in seven different stages, battling against putty patrollers, and different bosses until they get to face off against Ivan Ooze. Players can choose six rangers: Adam, Aisha, Rocky, Billy, Kimberly, and Tommy. They can heal up with burgers, and fill up the morphing meter with zap items, and also the zap symbol which will fill up twice than the normal ones.
Design. The game is a 2D beat-em-up game like it's predecessor. And this game has progressed even a lot more than the first game. And most of the looks reminds me a little bit of games like Final Fight, Double Dragon, and Battletoads.
Rantings. Things I don't like about this game are: not being able to fight the Ivan Morphicon on the Ninja Megazord like in the movie. Also, why did this game did not add the Ninjetti powers that were in the movie? I mean, if this game is based on the movie, then why it did not follow the plot? Because the lazy developers thought that it would be better if it was more like the show than the movie. I mean, that was just lame. Besides, I find the ending of the game to be kind of corny, except that the Genesis version has stuck to the movie in the ending of the game.
Good Aspect. The good thing is that they added Tommy, something that they were lacking in the first game. And also, Adam's Hadouken like attack in his civilian persona was good, but his Bruce Lee outfit I found it to be way off. Kimberly looks a lot hotter than in the first game, and I liked how she was designed. Tommy was also really cool, and they made him just like in the movie in a way. The morphing sequences were better than before, because it looked like if you were watching the show as well. The two player thing was also a good addition to the game.
Overall. Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Movie, is way better than it's predecessor, but still it lacks the story of the movie, which I found dumb. I think this game is like a cheesy classic. I give this game a 6 out of 10