Conclusion: While not the best game in the world, together with titles like Scott Pilgrim VS the World and Final Fight Double Impact, Moondiver shows the potential of the brawling genre for the new generation of gamers. With downloadable characters, online leaderboards, and multiplayer goodness, this may be a title worth checking out. If you plan to try the demo, I suggest you grab a friend or three to make it worthwhile!
Summary: Sometime in the early months of 1989, an immensely satisfying and fairly innovative platformer by the name of Strider began to make its way into arcades and the hearts of button-mashing patrons across the world. It remains the kind of game that inevitably sparks wistful conversations among those old enough to remember it, and so it perhaps comes as no surprise that Strider's creator, Koichi Yotsui, has at last made an attempt to revitalize the game's winning formula for...
Pros: Enjoyable drop-in, drop-out cooperative play, Four different characters to play with, Tons of different spells for each character
Cons: Later stages are incredibly difficult to beat solo, Button mashing suffices for killing most enemies, Atrocious cinematics, Repetitive
Excerpt: Vous êtes nostalgique des jeux de votre jeunesse ? Vous avez l'impression que les développeurs d'aujourd'hui vous prennent un peu trop par la main et que leurs productions ressemblent à des films interactifs ? Heureusement, les plates-formes de téléchargement sont là pour ressusciter des genres qui ont tendance à disparaître de nos consoles.