Reviews and Problems with Rainbow Islands Revolution
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My girls fav
14 August 2013
Summary: Pretty good n64 title. Great for my 7 and 5 year olds. The Powerpuffs are their favorite. Simple controls and characters they live. All in all a great but and I was quite surprised it shipped in original unopened packaging.
Summary: Graphics: B+ The graphics are nice looking and are improved over the Playstation version, though I don't think that they are the best that the DS has to offer. The style is truly adorable and the character models are particularly good.
Summary: The successor to the Taito classic Bubble Bobble was Rainbow Islands, a game that featured very similar run-around-and-kill-enemies gameplay. Rainbow Islands Revolution, the DS remake made by Rising Star Games, is nothing like the old-school classic in execution.
Summary: This is the first time writing a review on Amazon for me. I felt incredibly compelled to let the world know what to expect from this game. From a hardcore gamer, and retro gamers perspective. Bubble Bobble is one of my favourite games of all time.
Summary: Really a disappointment - the game is not much like the original game. And the touch screen control is a disaster, requiring you to both steer a bubble, as well as draw rainbows, unfortunately, you often need to do this simultaneously, but can't, resulting in a lot of frustration.
Big and bright 20 years ago, but this pales in comparison.
5 March 2007
Summary: This game was pretty big when it came out; addictive sequel to Bubble Bobble with the brightest graphics around. But this version is pretty dire in comparison. In an attempt to make use of the unique DS features, this has been made into a touchscreen only game.
Summary: Hi I am 10 years old and i got this game because the ds games were buy 1 get one free. I bought cooking mama and got this game free. when i first tried it i really enjoyed it but after that it got quite boring.
Summary: Why, oh why did I buy this. I saw it as I was at the checkout in Game and thought 'yes!' as I was a huge fan of the Amiga version. Big, big mistake. This is dreadful. Be warned, there are very, very few similarities between this and the orginal. And of course I won't get my money back at Game.
Summary: You play as as little boy inside a bubble. Being in the bubble means you drift around with the wind, and you can tell which way this is going by other, smaller, bubbles that drift across the screen. You drag him around with the stylus, which you also use to draw rainbows to kill enemies.