Summary: The game is rather easy until it becomes rather annoying as you find yourself trying to play with the numerous glitches. The storyline is weak and lifespan is okay, about 6 hours. I would only advised you to buy this game for under tens or if you bought the first one.
Summary: After playing TY the original, I couldn't wait to play the sequel. I am not at all disapointed every thing is improved amd more!! These include : Bunyips (Mechanical robots), Upgradeble rangs, more vehicles. With a mix of GTA : san andreas. Minus the swearing and other bits!! Plenty to do to keep gamers hooked. All round great platformer and cutie graphics. Also, great price!
Summary: Ty is quite possibly one of the best Gamecube games I've ever played! The graphics are absolutely spot-on, and the dialogue, well...having a few Oz relatives myself, I can say it's impeccable! If you want a game that is just all around fun with a few challenges thrown in, buy Ty!
Summary: Ty the Tasmanian Tiger is a sweet little platform game in which you power the Australian mammal through various environments to find five talismans. However, despite having incredible graphics, this game is short-lived and quite frankly easy. A meagre 11 proper levels and a "final battle" which is just as easy as the rest of the game mean this game is over before it's even begun. A shame, as it had potential.
Summary: TY is an Australian tiger. Based in the outback you must control this character around the level using your trusty boomerang and bite abilities. Firstly the game looks good. Graphics are clear and the frame rate is fast without slow down. The game is no Mario but it is in the same league with games like Spyro. The control style is simple and easy to use. The camera is also surprisingly good and is not hard to control like some games.