Excerpt: Every game that has ever made you go fast is in Joe Danger . Hello Games artist Grant Duncan points to his childhood love of Sonic The Hedgehog as the inspiration for Danger ’s spring-and-spike-filled level design.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Sometimes you feel you need a break from blowing up hordes of zombies or controlling marines against banelings. You look for something that is the complete opposite of what you have been playing. Something that’s fun, colorful, and will definitely make you smile.
Summary: Sometimes, itâ€™s easiest to describe a game as being a mix of X and Y. In Joe Dangerâ€™s case, itâ€™s a bit more complicated than just two letters. There are hints of Sonic the Hedgehog, Tony Hawkâ€™s Pro Skater, Excite Bike, Trials HD, and LittleBigPlanet, all packed into a tight package.
Excerpt: Some games take their inspiration from films (we regularly hear of words such as cinematic), whilst others pretend to be nothing but a game. Being colourful, addictive and having absolutely no inclination to be a film whatsoever, Hello Games’ Joe Danger is definitely the latter – a game that doesn’t...
Excerpt: e doesn't drive a Ranger. To peril, he's no stranger. He's not a bird, he's not a plane, he's Stuntman extraordinaire Joe Danger lives for the thrills. He breaks world records, pleases the crowds with eye-popping moves that will take your breath away, and gets home in time for dinner.
Excerpt: It’s no secret that the Gamervision office was swept up in Trials HD fever last year. There was just something special about the stunt-fueled motorbike time trial game that kept us coming back for more, and many of us continued to play long into the winter gaming season.
Conclusion: With an air of challenge and ruthless competition masquerading underneath a bright child-like exterior, Joe Danger is somewhat akin to the output of Nintendo – there are plenty of facets within the package that can cater to almost everybody.
Excerpt: is the best downloadable game so far this year. …I figured I’d just hit you with that right off the bat, rather than introducing the game via flowery and elaborate explanation and detailing. It’s difficult to describe it, but perhaps it’s best if the old-school gamers think of