Excerpt: Last year, Typing of the Dead won much critical acclaim for being one of the most original titles to appear in the puzzle genre in years. Hot on the heels of that innovative title, the same spirit that inspired House of the Dead's branching into Typing of the Dead has now reincarnated itself inside...
Excerpt: If you don’t know about pinball or what it plays like … well, if you don’t know, you’re a bad person. Even though this subdivision of the industry is going through very hard times right now, it remains as enjoyable as it was over 50 years ago, when it was first conceived.
Summary: It used to be carloads of people on the road to see the Dead playing. Now we will be seeing carloads of people playing the Dead on the road! Pinball Of The Dead lets you take the undead with you wherever you may roam. Pinball's feeling zombified!
Pros: A unique gaming experience in a long ignored genre, Great graphics that set the perfect mood without hindering the game with darkness (i.e. Castlevania), Nice amount of pinball machines and modes with arcade, original and tutorial
Cons: Loose ball physics. Too floaty!, No “Suffer like G did?!” sound byte! The most classic HOTD line ever!, Very limited replay value unless you go for higher scores, which just doesn't cut it anymore for me in a game.
Conclusion: Si vous voulez vraiment un flipper sur votre GBA, je vous conseille plutôt Pokemon Pinball Rubis et Saphir qui, certes, ne proposent absolument pas la même ambiance et le même univers, mais qui se révèlent incroyablement plus fun et plus intéressants !