Summary: At first glance, you'd think Toki Tori is a cute little platformer suited for young kids, but this game is much deeper than this initial first impression. In fact, Toki Tori is not a platformer at all, its actually a puzzle game, and believe me, many of the challenges are quite tough and force you...
Summary: I found the game amazing and very go(o)d looking. The only problem is that the story is not made very clear, although i think i understood it. The graphics are way cool, the gameplay is new and perfect and the story videos look like real ones (with real actors). I recommend it to anyone
Summary: When you first see this game, you might get the impression it's more of a child's game, but believe me, it's not! I got this game in a bundle with some other games and had low expectations of it, but actually it turned out to be the best game of the bundle where I already spent over 20 hours in.
Summary: Toki Tori is essentially a puzzle game. I just finished all the stages in normal level without any helps, which indicated that the puzzle is fair and reasonable. There are several tools to clear each stage.
Summary: Toki tori is a perfect game for kids 8 and up. It looks like a platform jumping game, but in reality the levels are neat puzzles. Some levels are quite hard, so you may need to help your kid, but overall it is refreshing to see a good logic game in a world full of dumb clickfests.
Summary: What an incredibly fun game. As the game goes on it gets more and more engrossing. It's not likely to win any awards for creativity, but it's a fun game for someone who likes a Half Life 2-like environment. It's much more difficult than Half Life though.
Summary: This game is awesome. Playing with the time powers is so fun, and no other game has come close to the kind of time control you can pull off here. Multiplayer is like a completely different game, but no less fun. A must buy for any gamer looking for a unique shooter.
Summary: It's not "halo" or "half life" but it's damn well close. Not many other games let you bend time? It's at least good for one play through. The multiplayer is a bit like quake 3 and unreal tournament combined with time grenades.
Summary: A lot of fun. The gameplay mechanics are great. It's so much improved over the version a year ago that it's barely recognizable. The only regret I have about the remaking is that the enemies do not seem to carry on conversations if they haven't noticed you, which they used to do. It's a shame.