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About the product
- Engaging Jump and Run fun with an emphasis on puzzle solving and collecting to be suitable for the whole family
- Lush and highly detailed worlds: woods, swamps, caves, mountain tops, coastlines - all creating a living and breathing world
- Amazing lightning effects and great animations
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For generations the mythical island of Yenchling, in the Chinese sea, was home to a variety of animal societies, all living in peace. Then one day Emporer Shun, of the mighty gorilla’s, attacked the rest of the island without provocation, destroying the peaceful existence of so many. For the young cat Kay, an apprentice at the local Dojo, the attack caught him at practice and wiped out his entire town before he could respond. Travel across the vast island of Yenching as Kay on a quest to protect your fellow cats, and unravel the incredible secret that lies hidden in the volcano fortress of emperor Shun…
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There is absolutely NO combat in this game besides one 'cutscene' (which consist of overly long and badly done transitions between panels of mini comics). The only thing you have to do are jumping puzzles, and even then, they're not real puzzles, just continuous jumping over things or from one platform to the next. The jump physics are annoying, as you will randomly catch or not catch on edges of platforms, and will sometimes automatically use the double-jump feature but only take you the height/distance of a normal jump.
There's only four levels in the entire game, and there is no voluntary save feature. You don't even get any special unlockables or extras for beating the entire thing.
It has shoddy graphics, a very very simple little storyline, and overall, is not something I would ever *buy*, let alone for $20.
It's sad because the PS2 (and hopefully upcoming HD WiiU remake) is really good, this port however is not.
Even for a DS game, both the cut scene and in-game graphics look very old, out-dated and low quality. I'm not sure if it was because I was playing on a Standard 3DS, but the comic cut scenes looked very fuzzy as if I was watching a low quality youtube video. The in-game graphics are blocky and bland, the only thing that looked good are the outdated speech boxes for the characters that seemed to use very uncanny-valley 3D models.
The gameplay is even worse, since the game has alot of platforming in it you are dependent on the floaty, horrible jump mechanic. Like the other reviewer I had issues with the double jump accidentally activating when I didn't want it to. Deciding where you land isn't as easy as it should be due to again, the jumps being very floaty and the overall mechanics of the game being very poor.
Overall, just get the original PS2 game and upcoming WiiU port.