Reviews and Problems with Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil
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Best platformer ever
Cheery , GameStop
25 November 2010
Summary: Move aside Mario, helllooo Klonoa. I've been a huge fan of Klonoa for years, and for some reason, this game has gotten no reviews, so I figured I might as well be the first. This game was amazing! Technically there isn't much "replay" value, per se, but I've ended up replaying the game a countless number of times... Either way, I really loved Klonoa 2. Graphics are very cutesy.
Summary: I am a HUUUUGE fan of platforming titles, even now at the age of 20. So when I first heard of Klonoa, I just HAD to buy it! You play a Klonoa, a cat-rabbit like creature, who washes ashore of a strange world with no idea how it got there. He is rescued by Lolo, a priestess, and her Popka, a rather rude dog-like creature, and joins them on their quest to save the world from an approaching evil.
Summary: I played Klonoa: Door to Phantomile years ago, and loved it so much. Just recently bought my friend's PS2 from him, and saw that they'd made a sequel. Had a little play last night, and love this one too! The controls and sounds are so familiar, it made me feel all fuzzy and brought back memories. A couple of the characters are a bit annoying, but that's a small price to pay for such fun gameplay.
Summary: i have bought this game for my girlfriend and have received the delivery today and i have opened it to check the disc like every game i get and it has a crack coming from the center part of the disc it was also loose in its case i am not very happy about this as i have been buying games of amazon for a while.
Madhog thy Master 3:16. "See you in Chaos.", amazon.co.uk
2 July 2009
Summary: If you're a hardcore gamer, or you claim yourself to be one, than you're probably into side scroller / platform games, which unfortunately happen to be a fading genre nowadays and only entities like Nintendo usually keep them in fresh production... Then, there is Klonoa, the dream traveler, the improvised young hero of multiple worlds he could reach through his dreams, just as we do, in essence, when we play games...
Excerpt: "...interesting for anyone older, but Klonoa can be enjoyed by all ages. Although the levels are simple to complete, this game is played for its storyline. Whenever Klonoa falls asleep he enters a world, a world that needs help from the mythical dream traveller (that's Klonoa by the way) The only weapon he has is a large ring that shoots out a ball of power. When Klonoa wakes up in Lunatea a young priestess and her friend ask him to help them with ringing ...