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: "...manuever a little boy named Billy around by grabbing onto over-sized eggs and running them into objects and enemies. To do so mostly involves the use of the analogue stick however you also have the option of using other buttons to complete more complex moves such as slamming the egg down onto enemy heads or propelling it at enemies from a distance. You can collect pieces of fruit which float in bubble shapes in order to size up your egg and once it ...
Pros: Fun, addictive, varied, suitable for children and adults
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. This game has it's flaws, but it's design quality still shines through and if you stick with it, you'll be handsomely rewarded. Highly recommended.
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). If you dont want to hear about this game or try it beacause it sounds stupid, give it a try and you'll realise what a fantasic, flawless, visually beautiful piece of video game work.
Summary: It's so refreshing when an original game gets developed. Billy Hatcher And The Giant Egg is one such game. You have to control a small boy (Billy) who is dressed in a chicken suit and use various eggs to solve puzzles. Sounds stupidly dull, but I can assure you it's not. The game becomes immensely fun after about three seconds play, and I guarantee you won't be able to put down your Gamecube's controller until you pass out. Or die...
Summary: Pour Noël, avec mon ami, on s'est offert une Game Cube... On pourrait se dire "mais ils sont stupides ces jeunes qui achètent une console où y'a plus de nouveaux jeux?!!", mais au contraire, c'était un choix réfléchi, et qu'on ne regrette absolument pas !!! Console d'occas', et jeux d'occas' donc, on s'est trouvé une petite boutique de jeux vidéos où les prix sont relativement bas (entre 5 et 30 euros pour les jeux GameCube !