Reviews and Problems with Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg
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Value for money 10
Sound quality 8
Billy Hatcher & the Giant Egg (GC)
21 August 2012
Excerpt: When I was younger and not very coordinated I would watch my older brother play games on various consoles throughout the years and Game Cube was no different. Despite Nintendo 64 probably being my favourite console, the Game Cube was a very close second because back then games seemed to have been...
Pros: Fun, addictive, varied, suitable for children and adults
Summary: Great game , loads of fun bought this to play on my wii looks great for an older game, but camera system can be a pain and often causes blind jumps , some of the later levels start to look a bit similar but there's enough gameplay and ideas overall to keep the game fun.
Summary: The best way I can think to describe this game is a mix between a 3D Sonic game (yep, THOSE ones) and another Sega title, Super Monkey Ball... ie, rolling something around, collecting things, going round tricky obstacles (here, very unnecessarily tricky).
Excerpt: Well, how original can you get? A guy called Billy dressed up in a chicken costume helping out chickens by squishing enemies by rolling a giant and then hatching the egg to reveal a hidden treasure which will help you hatch even more eggs to pregress through the levels until, finaly... You find...
Pros: Colourful, lots of fun characters, long lasting and original
Excerpt: General: When I first saw this game I was just like looks rubbish and put it down. But when I looked at the back it looked interesting. The idea is very unique. My friend had it and I took a couple of turns, then another couple. I just got so addicted to it. Anyways onto the review.
Excerpt: While Nintendo led a successful foray of 3D platforming with Mario 64, Sega just haven’t seemed to be able to grasp the transition from 2D to 3D. There is no doubting the brilliance of Sonic in his 2D form but the Sonic Adventure games on the Dreamcast never really seemed to gel well enough as a...
Pros: Bold and bright | Kinda different
Cons: Can repeat too much | Camera | Difficulty spikes
Summary: Don't be put off by the day-glow visuals - Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg is a hardcore platformer - and one of the most inventive, and original of recent years. The game builds upon principals explored in games like Mario64 with wonderfully difficult Monkey Ball-esque ramp runs.
Summary: Now, you may not be impressed when you hear the title ' Billy Hatcher and the Giant egg, ' but when you play this game people of any age can really get into it. Complately unlike SEGA there are no glitches and no really annoying cut scenes (yes i am referring to Sonic).
Summary: When I first heard of Billy Hatcher and the Giant Egg, I was very excited by the thought of hatching eggs and using the animals which hatch out of them to solve puzzles and advance through the game.