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I love it.,
This review is from: Pac-Man and the Ghostly Adventures - Nintendo Wii U (Video Game)
Bought it at target when it was on sale.
Thought it'd just be a goofy game like the T.V. show.
Found out I like it a lot more than the new cartoon. The play style is just like the ORIGINAL PS1 Spyro Games (the Insomniac Trilogy, you know, before Universal took it away from Insomniac and the franchise went to crap).
I just love it. If you know what the original Spyro games are like, you know what this game is like.
One major difference graphically - the colors don't give me a splitting migraine (it's true, Spyro gives me a terrible headache after I play on it for a while). The colors are nicely diffused but still bright and enjoyable.
Grab this game, young or old, if you are a fan of this type of gameplay.
Edit: Thought I'd give an update - I just beat this game. The ending may be considered lacking by some, but it had me laughing my butt off. If you know the cartoon, you'd enjoy the humor. The bosses are also very easy, that's alright for me, I enjoyed the game. The game is definitely geared towards kids. My only complaint is the controls for the balloon form are lacking. Thankfully the devs put a ton of save spots all over the place to compensate.
Still 4-5 stars.
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Initial post: Apr 9, 2014 12:13:59 AM PDT
Amanda Brunner says:
Interesting that you mention Spyro giving you a headache. During the PS1 days I used to get terribly dizzy playing those games. I always suspected it was something to do with the frame rate. Terrible feeling to be sure!
In reply to an earlier post on Apr 11, 2014 5:57:57 PM PDT
Yeah, I am not entirely sure what it was, frame rate could've had an effect, too. I just know certain colors definitely do pierce my eyes like you wouldn't believe.
The PS1 definitely has some issues. Although, I should note, I never had any issues with FF7.
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