Beetlejuice for the NES was published by LJN and developed by Rare in 1991 and was based off the movie of the same name.
Beetlejuice must scare the Deetz family.
Why It Sucks
- Poor music (Bad Music).
- Bland graphics.
- Just barely resembles the movie (Freeform F**kery).
- If Beetlejuice is high up in the air and the bottom screen shows no ground even if the ground is just barely below the screen, if Beetlejuice falls, he'll die (B**ch Barrier).
- The game often changes the rules of gameplay, for instance, jumping on an enemy in the main world will cause Beetlejuice to bounce off and if a player is unlucky, into a cliff. But the enemies in the bonus rounds need to be jumped on to receive points and you don't bounce off (Diarrhetic Diversions).
- The smaller bugs that grant Beetlejuice some more points need pinpoint stomping to hit them.
- The points are used to buy power-ups, but you'll never know how much you got until you enter the shop (Pinpoint p*ss Taking).
- The shop sells the power-ups, which are the only way Beetlejuice can attack enemies, so if you face a boss without them, there's no way to win (Rat Trap Crap Shoot).
- The Power-Ups only last a few seconds, so you'll need a ton of points just to progress through the game and defeat enemies (Fruitless Farts).
- Cryptic moments such as when you need to destroy a beehive to make a cloud move down.
- Some walls don't have a boundary which can make Beetlejuice move past them and fall to his death (Perpendicular D*ck Ploy).