Dick Tracy on the Sega Master System is repetitive, but still remains fun and addictive. It’s certainly not up to par with it’s NES counterpart, but that doesn’t mean this release isn’t worth a play through. It offers side scrolling fighting mechanics with an innovative way to attack enemies from other areas of the level, IE; across the street. The graphics are good, the audio is good, and the game is good. 3.5/5.