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Overall 5

The updated graphics and tilt control support aren't enough to make Q*bert appeal to anyone other than extreme fans, and even those people will be disappointed.

27 February 2007
  • Summary: Originally released to arcades in 1982, Q*bert was one of the rare arcade successes that led to larger licensing efforts. The fuzzy ball with two feet and a gigantic hose for a nose went on to star in his own Saturday morning cartoon, a pinball machine, a sequel, and plenty of other crazy licensed...
  • Pros: Plays just like the original
  • Cons: Weak online scoreboard, No meaningful extras, Lacks the option to enable the original graphics
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Overall 6


Gaming Evolution
25 April 2004
  • Conclusion: For those who want to play Q*Bert again, this is certainly your chance if you own the Playstation 3 console. Considering the advancements many classics get when they are brought to current generation consoles, many will opt out of adding this title to their collection.
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Overall 3

Q*Bert Review

14 April 2007
  • Conclusion: However, this game's biggest flaw is essentially the lack of core 'classic' quality in the original coin-op - that intangible 'something' in the gameplay that transcends the ages. Q*Bert may well be one of the most memorable videogames characters from the early '80s, but his on-screen doings are too...
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