Summary: This is an enduring hit. We got it when we purchased a group of games. I didn't know anything about it, but it has since become one of the favorites for the last two or three years. My son says it is better than Super Mario and it is awesome to have a game for girls too!
Summary: I am very glad that I got this game. I've been intrigued by it ever since I saw gameplay footage of it on the internet. What really drew me in was its adorable presentation and chiptunes, which hearken back to the 8-bit era of gaming.
Summary: I recommend this product to every platforming fan, from Mario to Rayman, this game delivers. It may be easy at first, but enough difficulty after the 3erd world or so and may things to discover, it is truly a keeper.
Summary: This game surprised me, in a good way though. I expected it to be a cheap knockoff of the Mario series and... it kind of is... but it's a well made knockoff. It's a fun platformer. It starts a bit too easy but it gets challenging in the later levels and it does so without it feeling unfair.
Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
30 November 2012
Summary: A little history lesson before I get to reviewing the game. In 1987, a glorious Mario clone came into the scene for Atari ST, MSX2, Amiga, and Commodore 64 systems. However, there was clearly a problem: Nintendo took legal actions against the company behind the game, due to how IDENTICAL it was to...
Summary: Yes, Giana Sisters began life in the '80s as a game that was shunned as a "Mario clone", but we're now living in 2012, where there are a lot of different platformers out there. Giana Sisters structure is very much like Mario, but it's not a bad game at all.
Summary: When reading Nintendo Power, I saw this game and thought: "It's just another STUPID girly game with many female characters and lots of unoriginality on top." Please get more original, developers! Super Mario Bros. has always been the best platform(er) series.
Summary: Giana Sisters is a must-play title especially if you are a fan of Mario Bros., as it basically pays tribute to the entire franchise. The difficulty starts off very easy but progressively gets more challenging in the later levels.