Power Rangers: Time Force is based on the television show of the same name, which is part of the Power Rangers franchise, adapted from the Super Sentai series. Time Force is like one of the best Power Ranger shows due to it's dark and realistic tone, and it happens to be one of my favorites. Now this game can test your patience, especially at the end.
Plot. In the year 3000, a ruthless criminal named Ransik was apprehended by Red Time Force Ranger Alex. But then, when Ransik is being taken to the cryo-prison, his daughter Nadira and robotic companion Frax, break him out of the prison vehicle. Alex attempts to recapture him, but fails as he is overpowered by the powerful mutant, who then escapes into the year 2001. The other rangers pursue him, and find Alex's ancestor, a wealthy man named Wesley Collins, who is recruited to become the Red Ranger. And now, they fight many creatures and enemies, in order to apprehend the evil Ransik.
Concept. You start in the beginning in the year 3000, then head to 2001 to revive the Red Ranger of the 21st Century. Then you go through five or six different stages in order to defeat all the bosses, then face off against Ransik himself.
Design. In the GBA, the designs are very crappy. Developers did a real lazy job with the sprites, which look like stupid pixels, and the sound effects and music were horrible. The controls were also terrible as well, but it's different on the PS1 and PC.
Rantings. This is one of those crappy games that should have not been made. Why? Well, here is the following. The story of the game is 1% based on the show, and omitted 99% of it. Secondly, the controls are crappy, the sound effects are horrible, and the music is sinisterly repetitive. And finally, the design was one of the worst features I have seen in the GBA.
Good Aspects. Well, some fighting moves are ok, but that does not make any justice whatsoever in this version of Time Force.
Overall. Low replay value, terrible game. This game gets a 1 out of 10.