Summary: the game itself had a nice little story but the graphics were to be a little desired. the game play was interesting but i could not seem to wrap my head around the kind of 2 dimensional character in a 3d world. the original spore for pc was a great game. this however would be something a little more suited for children of young ages. I give it three stars because the rest of the game is not so bad.
Summary: This game was quite enjoyable. In fact, I had a pretty fun time throughout the short length of the game. But the key word is short. This game wasn't very long at all, and once beaten, there isn't much incentive to replay the game. Of course, you can collect various parts throughout the game to create different Spore creatures, but other than collecting and mix-matching spore parts, there isn't much replay value in this game. All-in-all, this game was fair.
Summary: The game is decent up to a point. The story isnt the greatest but it is good for little kids. The graphics are kinda cool. I like how its all cartoonish. The game would be fine for kids but not for a teen. Another thing is its so annoying changing all the flipping time. I guess the only fun thing would be eating all the other creatures and their children.
Summary: Some of my friends got Spore for PC and said it was extremely fun. I asked for it for Christmas and I received it. I was very excited at the time and began playing immediately. Its straight forward in the beginning, they explain what to do and how to do it. The game was good in that aspect, it has help guides all the way through. What I didn't like was it was almost like an action adventure game.
Summary: For anyone who has played the PC version, or has seen the preview of the PC version, the DS version is not the same. You don't really 'evolve' your creature, you just get different body parts that you mix and match depending on the terrain. There isn't any long term planning, and you only ever get the one creature.
Summary: It's likely this game would be better suited for a younger audience. In general, it is not very challenging. The entire gameplay is really limited to about three actions - dancing, cuddling and fighting. Fighting is not very complicated, and cuddling is very aggravating as it must be performed over and over again. Dancing can be challenging but the games are short - even the final battle lasts about 15 seconds.
Summary: I had been looking forward to this game for a few years now, and bought it the day it came out. My first impression is that the graphics are poor. I wasn't expecting graphics as good as the PC version on my DS, but these were really bad. Your creature is displayed as a 2D shape, in a 3D world. Imagine printing a copy of your creature on paper, and cutting it out, and then inserting it into a 3D environment. That's what the graphics are like.
Summary: Spore Creatures is a sub-par game, with an awesome creation mode. The game itself is extremely repetitive and derivative in almost every way. This game is like when a popular movie comes out and they have a trashy tie-in game. This is the first time I have seen a trashy tie-in game for another game. As the name implies, this game is focused on an extremely limited version of Spore 's creature phase.