You may also have noticed I eventually gave in and went with "Pretty Soldier" on the title screen, which will hopefully cause less agitation among RHDN members Thanks for your feedback in the screenshot thread.
Hey, it's no problem! Being able to give feedback where I can is helpful. Hey, if you ever feel like translating other Sailor Moon games, hit up the Sailor Moon Genvid forums. They might be able to help. http://sailormoonforum.com/index.php
Or just contact me, but I'm biased.
Edit - My review is up! https://www.romhacking.net/reviews/3502/#review
Some other things I found out during a couple more tentative playthroughs:
1. You CAN throw enemies forward, actually.
2. The Sailor Guardians' play styles are indeed super varied, which I like.
Moon is your everyman all-rounder.
Mercury seems to specialize in knock-back techs. If you hold forward while doing a strike combo, she'll do a thrust-kick that knocks enemies backward.
Mars seems to have an extra hit in her strike combo, as well a slightly longer time for her circular magic's active state.
Jupiter only gets a 2-strike combo, but she does more damage.
Venus, as stated in my review, gets a whip and can do mid-range attacks, but can't strike combo at all.
3. In the Dream Land levels, you can pick up giant paper fans to do mid-range attacks. They do massive damage!
4. The SNES version of this game REEKS! It doesn't have super jump or super jump-kick, nor does it have circular magic. And aside from Venus, who keeps her whip, all the Guardians seem to play the same. Yuck. It might look and sound a bit better, and it does have multiplayer... but I'd recommend the Genesis version over the SNES original any day. Sailor Moon R (Which has been translated to English by FuSoYa for some time) should cover your need for multiplayer Sailor Moon beat-'em-ups anyhow.
Edit - It looks like the SNES version does have circular magic; you just press Attack and Jump at the same time to use it. That's incredibly stupid... they had at least two more face buttons to use and instead they opt to only use Y and B? OK, sure. I also found a guide that claims each Sailor Guardian plays differently, but I couldn't tell a difference between any of them except Venus.