Summary: An amazing game, with retro-esque plataforming and a great difficulty, newbies must stay away from it, they should go play something more of their level like CoD. For seasoned gamers or one who enjoys a challenge, you can't go wrong with this game!
Summary: VVVVVV is an awesome game for what it is, but the 3D version has too little to set it apart from the original release. The Good: The same from the original PC version: a compelling hardcore-retro blast. The Bad: Nothing special about 3D effects; a bit overpriced. VVVVVV was released a couple years ago as an indie PC project and it's been praised (rightfully) everywhere ever since as a nice example on how simple concepts can be put to good use when it comes to making an...
Summary: because having to buy a new keyboard every time you play this game is fun. to call this game difficult is a little bit of an understetement. to quote someone else "if i were to meet the maker of this game, i would ske his hand with my left hand, and punch him in the gut with the right". thats the main impression.
Summary: Definitly fun for a while, and then that fun turned in a torture chamber that slowly fed me to the wolves. I mean i just GENERALLY didn't like the game after a awhile- I mean, come'on developers throw me a bone. What? my score is gonna drop the average a bit? Well make a better game the next time.
Summary: I liked the novel feeling that I got from this game. But, and maybe I'm just old, it wasn't long before I wasn't enjoying the endless deaths while I tried to do some of the puzzles. So I reduced the speed. And some of the rooms were still infuriating. So then I reduced the speed all the way. And now I'm still stuck in some room. Now I haven't played the game in a couple weeks and kinda wish I'd just saved my $6 or whatever it was.
Summary: This game brings back memories of nostalgia from the 9-Bit graphics and music. The gameplay was awesome and fun...until you get to the point of staleness. After playing for a bit the music gets SOOOOO annoying and the constant dying gets to you :'(... ;). However, this game is definitely worth $7.99.
Summary: I first bought and played this game on PC and I LOVED it. I love old school games so the raw difficulty of this game, the neo-old school atari-esque graphics, the brilliant music, and the charming short 'n' sweet dialog all make this game perfect for a gamer like myself. The game boasts quite a few challenges that will cause you to die repeatedly, but the action starts back up the moment you die at the nearest check point.
Summary: Definitely a good game at a great price. It's filled with tons (the story mode plus some user created levels) of very hard platforming goodness. BE WARNED: Very challenging, there are many checkpoints but be prepared to die. Again. And again. If you're not the type that enjoys a tough challenge (but again, MANY checkpoints) then you should think hard before getting this. If you enjoy a platforming challenge like I do, it's a very great buy.