Excerpt: When I was a little girl, and that's going back a few years, my brother had a Commodore 64 computer, among all the great games he owned such as Paperboy and Flimbo's Quest was Gauntlet, a platform style game where you took the form of either a warrior, wizard, elf or Valkyrie, you could personalise...
Summary: I was very excited about this game, and started playing immediately upon arrival. However 4 hours later I had finished it completely, there were no secrets to discover, no extra characters to unlock, no new missions unlocked once the game was over, and basically I had no urge to play the game again.
Summary: i can't imagine having played this as a 1 person game. as shown by the title there are 7 sorrows. 7 bosses. none of which stood as a test of skill nor judgement. just hit it and see. it's a very short game, it could be completed in a day easily. and no, not a gamer day, a regular player.
Summary: Hoy voy a hablaros de Gauntlet seven sorrows. ORIGEN Si hay que remontarse a algún origen sería a 1987 aproximadamente, dónde surgió el primero de estos juegos en 2D, que, al igual que los antiguos videojuegos, permitían jugar con numerosos jugadores (hasta 4).
Pros: un clásico en versión 3D
Cons: muy corto, historia plana, gráficos poco trabajados . . . .