Summary: This is a crazy game, but it's awesome. If your a PS2 gamer and your looking for a alternative to Pikmin, Herdy Gerdy is your Redeener. Weird tactics, and outstanding graphics seen on any system. You can't miss this one.
Summary: I'm a dad of 3 children under 6 years old and I myself love video games. My 5 year old son loves them also and my 3 year old girl loves to watch, so, violent, scary games usually aren't the best idea. The skill required is a little beyond my 5 year old's capabilities except for the first 3 levels, which lets me play! It's my first PS2 game to own and we love it. You play as a boy named Herdy that has to round up various creatures in order to advance to higher levels.
Summary: Yes, yes, the camera angles are screwy but once you get used to it (like any game) the game flows well. It is definitely geared to a younger audience and will keep a little one entertained for hours.
Excerpt: " I thought this game was about a boy and his faithful bear following him around a platform, adventure type game. Boy was I wrong. Herdy gerdy is all about a boy called Gerdy, a herders son, set out to win a tournament to be the best herder in the land. On his travels he has to herd many animals to proceed to the next level. Each different type of animal has a different way of being rounded up. DOOPS These are chicken type animals that tend ...
Summary: Its not often that I decide to part with £40 for a playstation 2 game, as in my opinion, most of the titles released these days are developed to create a stunning first impression - which they do very well. Any title that looks likely to hold my attention for longer than a week is far more likely to interest me.
Pros: Original, Decent length
Cons: May appeal only to youngsters, strange theme may be off-putting