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Klonoa - Nintendo Wii

by Bandai
Platform : Nintendo Wii
4.6 out of 5 stars 34 customer reviews
Metascore: 77 / 100

Price: $53.97 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Enhanced Graphics – Gorgeous, vibrant, and completely redesigned graphics optimized for the Wii
  • Exclusive Reverse Mode – With bonus stages created especially for the Wii version of the game
  • Multiple Controller Options – Players can choose whichever style suits them best, from the Wii Remote™ and Nunchuk, Wii Remote only, Classic Controller, or GameCube controller
  • New Controls Utilize the Wii’s Motion Sensing Capabilities
  • Shake the nunchuk to activate a whirlwind that will spin and slow down enemies
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Help Klonoa save Phantomile, a land formed by the dreams of its inhabitants, and recently besieged by an unknown evil. Klonoa’s breathtaking journey takes him through a series of increasingly difficult stages across multiple kingdoms as he strives to save his friends and homeland. Throughout his quest, Klonoa is aided by his friend Hewpoe, a benevolent spirit who resides in the ring from which Klonoa is able to fire his Wind Bullet. The Wind Bullet gives Klonoa the ability to grab and inflate his enemies and use them to his advantage.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.6 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: May 5, 2009
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #17,000 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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For those who've played the classic PS version, you know that this a great game that was one of the few that had an unusual, yet interesting, "2.5D" gameplay. For anyone who doesn't know, it's a kind of game where you can only walk left or right but you can interact with objects in the fore/background. Klonoa for the Wii is essentially Klonoa: Door to Phantomile (released in 1997 in Japan, 1998 in U.S.), Though the voice of Klonoa, the lead character, has changed from one that sounded a bit childish to one that sounds a bit more mature, other aspects of him have remained faithful to the original. Ok, now enough with the background info.

Klonoa for the Wii is an adventure/puzzle game where you literally use your enemies to progress deeper into each level by grabbing them and throwing them in different directions. Boss battles usually require you to observe what the boss does at first and look for a pattern of movement or "opening" where the boss pauses after an attack. Though this is considered a game for children by many nowadays, it garnered a huge fanbase of all ages back when it first released worldwide. The game doesn't get old as you play and the sheer variety of enemies and situations in which you can use those enemies keep things fresh. The last few levels get pretty hectic, but I won't give any spoilers (that's YouTube's job now, right?). Graphics for the game have been completely revamped from that of the slightly pixilated PS1 version to a very crisp and clean-cut version that draws a new attention to detail, enhancing the storyline and overall experience.

To finish up, Klonoa for the Wii is a great game that should belong to every Wii owner. It has a great and original fairytale storyline and gameplay never gets stale. It deserves its 5/5.
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Klonoa for the Nintendo Wii is one of the best games I've played in the past five years, especially for the price. The gameplay is simple but awesome. Yes you only push one button to jump and another button to attach and launch enemies, but the developers somehow took this simple concept and gave it remarkable depth, making the game feel almost like a puzzle game at moments.

The graphics are colorful, quirky, and very well done for a Wii title. The music fits well, the character designs are delightfully cartoony, and the voices for both the English and Phantomile tracks are very fitting. Finally there's the story, while I wouldn't call it a shakespearian masterpiece the story of Klonoa did actually manage to elicit an emotional response out of me at several points. There are moments of the story that do feel a little fudged of course, but the fact that this game manages to tug at my heart strings at all after all these years says a lot!

The title can be a bit easy near the beginning and could have been a little longer, but at a thirty dollar price tag both of these faults are more than acceptable.

So all in all I would immediately recommend this game. If you enjoy platformers, love cute and quirky games, have children or are merely a child at heart, you're going to love this title!
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Klonoa, back when it came out on the PS1, was one of those obscure games that totally blindsided me with it's brilliance. The overall aesthetic of the game along with it's folk music soundtrack and simple, but effective play mechanics made the game a work of art. My only regret was how limited the game's release was, considering I loaned it out to a friend, never to see it again.

When I heard Namco was remaking the original for the Wii, I was overjoyed, but at the same time nervous that it might not be as good as the PS1 classic. Thankfully, Namco managed to pull through and, for the most part, I'm not disappointed. Gameplay-wise, the game is beat-for-beat exactly like the original. The music has not changed too much, which is fine by me, since it is one of the most gorgeous sountracks ever in a video game. My only complaint would be the graphics. Don't get me wrong, they're nice. Very nice. But they seem to lack the charm of the hand-drawn and pre-rendered sprites of the original and seem more... for lack of a better description... canned, or mass produced. But, for the most part, that is a very minor complaint.

Overall the game is brilliant and is definitely worth owning. If you have a Wii, I highly recommend you grab this game.
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Klonoa 2 was the first game I played in the series, and immediately I was hooked. Once I heard news of a Wii remake of the PSX original, I knew it must simply be added to my collection.

Though the game has yet to be completed, it is a great and enjoyable game to play. Sure, it might be a bit on the light side, but that's the point of this considering the control scheme, and it's such a relief to get to play something other than RPGs (which I prefer, but something easy is welcome, too).

Great fun for all ages. Another plus besides the updated graphics is the ability to switch between different controllers. But I am fine with the Wiimote and Nunchuck.
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You know, in a world that is anything but fair, there really is something to be said about second chances, especially for those that truly deserve one. The original Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, is one of the most tragically underrated, under-appreciated gemstones in the platforming genre. The original sold like dirt, but for some great reason, it got an incredible sequel, which also sold like dirt. Now, all these years later, Namco Bandai is giving this treasure a second chance, totally remaking the original with the kind of power the Wii can provide to its incredibly imaginative world. Since so few played the original, this review will cover the meat and potatoes of this game, the original, first, and then I'll go into more detail about the remake.

The story of Klonoa is a very simple, childlike affair, but it is also incredibly whimsical. The game takes place in a world made up of others' dreams. Klonoa is a citizen of this world, living a life of carefree peace with his grandpa. He is best friends with a ring spirit named Poe. One day, the prophesied event of a meteorlike crash occurs nearby, and they set out to investigate, soon being thrown into a massive adventure where they must save the fate of the world and fight the evil that would see it corrupted and destroyed. Simple, right? Very, much in the same manner a child's bedtime story would be, but honestly, the story isn't Klonoa's strength. Klonoa's strengths are its awesome gameplay and imaginative art/sound design, but the story gives great context to these aspects of the game.
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