Reviews and Problems with Casper Spirit Dimensions
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Casper Spirit Dimensions (PS2): Game for children
28 September 2008
Summary: I got this game second hand for my 10 year old to play on the play station two. It is a great game for a family to play together. We loved the cute ghost called Casper that you control. The graphics are ok not the greatest but you can still enjoy the setting. Basically you are moving aound an old house (and garden as you get on in the game ) You find keys to open doors and there are a few puzzles to work out.
Summary: Although I did have a love for a Casper teddy bear as a child, the comics and cartoon of Casper was something that I never took to at all. I actually found him quite annoying if truth be told , so when I was offered a loan of Casper Spirit Dimensions I wasn't too optimistic about what I was about to play. And my first instincts were bang on. This isn't anything to write home about.
Pros: Simple, thats the only comlpiment
Cons: Lots, gameplay graphics and plot are all bad
Summary: Movie licenses rarely work. Usually the games don't even come out until months after the movies disappeared, and then they usually suck. Casper is, sadly, no exception. You are Casper, and while the prospect of being a ghost could be really cool, somehow the game?s designers have managed to take all the joy out of it. In fact, the very premise of the game goes contrary to all ghost folklore, namely the ability to pass through solid objects.
Excerpt: Es bastante distraído y ameno, este juego tiene ya sus años, pero hasta hace pocos meses era desconocido, y después de jugar un buen rato puedo decir que está muy bien, te llega a enganchar. Tiene unos gráficos bastante antiguos, pero no estaban nada mal, creo que el juego es de hace unos 8 o 9 años, así que las cosas han cambiado mucho.