We really don't need this many required 100% games
Chaos396 , GameStop
19 July 2011
Summary: Dr. Muto is definately a good game with an interesting concept: a platformer where you get to turn into weird forms of different animals to reform the planet. I never really heard the music on it, but the voice acting really did fit every character. The story is a little different than any usual story; the main character (Dr. Muto, obviously) accidently blew up his planet and needs to rebuild it.
Summary: After completing and loving all of the Crash Bandicoot games I went in search of another similar styled game that was as funny, as compelling and intentionally just as fun, and I'm happy to say I think I've found it straight away. Dr Muto, a mad scientist, accidentally blows the world apart and so he must travel to dangerous planets and retrieve parts of a Genitor that will enable him to rebuild his home.
Summary: At the store, this game seemed like it would be tons of fun. Well, I was correct for the first hour that I played. Muto gets very redundant with its huge levels and monotonous tasks. It almost seems as if you're making little progress in the game, as power-ups are few and acquired seldomly. Collecting the same items throughout the course of the whole game becomes boring and uninteresting.
Summary: i bought this game today and i liked it at first. it may be fun, but nothing ever happens. first, it takes 2 hours to get to the second save point and it takes looong time to get different morphs and gadgets. i am very disappointed. DO NOT BUY THIS GAME!
Summary: I'd like to give this game three and a half stars,since only three is kinda harsh,but it isn't deserving of four stars in my opinion. This is a game like spyro and crash bandicoot;collect so much stuff from each level,go back if you've missed a few things etc. etc.It's kinda silly,kinda fun and I'm sure there's alot of gameplay value in this title...I just really couldn't get into this game. The mad scientist Dr.