Excerpt: Okabu has come from some creative minds. Players take on the role of Cloud Whales. Part cloud, and part whale. I am not joking about that either. You float around, collect water, rain it down, or spit it out. Then you can start to carry passengers who will grant additional powers.
Conclusion: This isn’t a game for me, nor is it a game for most kids I think, but it isn’t hard to see what Sony saw in Okabu. As a game, it’s not much fun, and as an aesthetic piece of entertainment, it’s neither here nor there.
Excerpt: “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, Nothing is going to get better. It’s not.” – From The Lorax by Dr. Seuss Poignant and haunting, Dr. Seuss’ take on environmental degradation, clothed in a whimsical children’s story, communicates a tough message through his soft medium.
Conclusion: Yes, it's a kids game at the core. So what? We could all stand to relax more, and Okabu provides a classy and gorgeous way to do just that. There is no better game to play with a young child than this one. My daughter would give it 10.
Excerpt: In my many, many years as a gamer, I have been a great number of things from a racing driver to a treasure hunter and from a Premier League footballer to a gangster. Never ever, have I ever had to be a...
Summary: Okabu is a fairly good little game, but one that offers little challenge. Parents with kids will enjoy being able to play together with their children and Okabu is also a great “break” game to play between more intensive sessions of other titles.
Excerpt: When a game is beautiful on the outside, it can be difficult to see the flaws with it. Whether we like it or not, graphics go a long way to deciding whether people are willing to pay for a game or not. Itâ€™s not just graphics, though. A good artistic style can make you really […]