Reviews and Problems with Boktai: The Sun Is In Your Hand
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Best game for those who love outdoors
ElmntNinja , GameStop
31 July 2011
Summary: Boktai The Sun is in Your Hand is a rare game to be finding in game stores. Why? Simple, this game comes out with a real solar senor, meaning you can use the actual Sunlight to help you through the game, like recharging the Gun Del Sol, solving puzzles, etc. And of course, not to mention the built in clock, which uses the real worlds time. If you like being outside in the Sun a lot, this game is a recommended.
Conclusion: A must-have, despite the some awkward puzzles, and a few particularly confusing dungeons.
Pros: The gun building and overall depth in the game. Also the fact that the player actually had to go outside to play, and that gave the gamer who usually sat in the dark like some kind of hermit playing their new game, some time in the sun.
Cons: Some of the puzzles, and some enemies were almost impossible to sneak by. That and the fact that you can only push the blocks, instead of letting the player pull them also.
Summary: This game has to get top marks for originality - using an in-built solar panel in the game pack, which measures the amount of sunlight and effects what happens in the game. You did hear me right, by the way. In order for this game to work you will need sunlight. This means you will have to go outside - a foreign place for most gamers. Time to get the sun mat, sunglasses and factor 30 out, because with Boktai you have to have sunlight.
Summary: great game although the sunlight is an issue. i just sit under a lamp. you can charge your gun if you site under stong light which is no ordinary light, you need specialised spotlights. if you have them or live in a sunny country (unlike me! i live in england! :S) then your ok!
Summary: The game detects UV light. The game also is set to your local location and time and everything in the game factors into this. What does this mean? You play in the daytime and game is easier, if the clouds come out you play at a slight disadvantage, you play at nighttime and the game gets much harder. Also the game plays on a little while your switched off. I captured one vampire, quit the game because I couldn't kill him at night.
Summary: Nintendo really need to advertise more, everyone with a gameboy should own this game. Basically it's a cross between Zelda and Castlevania with a dash of Metal Gear Solid. Nice graphics, easy to get into and so on, but once you add the solar sensor to the mix; it goes from being a good game to being a great game. After only a few minutes it seems like such an obvious and brilliant innovation that you can't help but wonder why no one did it before.
Summary: This is probably one of the best games that will ever grace the GBA. It has gorgeous graphics and outstanding gameplay all rolled up with a brilliant story line. The idea is so simple, yet Konami have pulled it off brilliantly. You play a young sun child who's job is to negotiate dungeons and traps to reach the vampire, upon reaching which you must re-negotiate the dungeons to your pile driver. The use of the sun works brilliantly.
Summary: A nice looking game,with the sunlight meter as an inventive addition, but it really restricts where you play. The amount of times you hold your GBA out of the window seem endless,but it is still a good concept.I gave this 4/5 because it has colourful graphics, is easy to pick up and play and brilliant ideas that all add up to make a 1st class game.Shame about the sunlight meter but in this case, as with many other games, the good points far outweigh the bad ones, and I...