Excerpt: After playing the first Max Payne games were great all round, this one is one big disappointment, I've waited years for this game, and it's totally rubbish all round. Controls are awful, had a crap story to many cut scenes than playing the game itself boring watching them one after the other. Not even worth one star this game D+.
Excerpt: "...might just be looking for Kuri Kuri Mix and you'll be amazed at how something so simple will make you pull out so much hair! Basically the game is: There's a yellow bear called Chestnut and a pink bunny called Cream. In each level they head up a vertically scrolling landscape that's split down the middle and both characters must reach the end before time runs out. Sounds simple so far, yes? There is a catch though, neither Chestnut nor Cream ...
Pros: Great Fun When You've Got Your Mates Around
Cons: On Your Own . . . . . . . You'll Be Bald, With Your Hair In Your Hands
Excerpt: "Quite a different take on platform gaming - this game involves two bunnies and two players playing cooperatively. (although it can be played by just one player, it's simply not as much fun). Each bunny follows a path through the level encountering various obstacles along the way, sometimes these are simply solved individually, in other places the other bunny has to do something first to enable passing. At the end of each level there's aboss which ...
Summary: I got this game cause I wanted to get my wife interested in enjoying my PS2 with me... Sharing time between the love of your life and your wife/partner can be difficult, if not impossible! Ask me, I know :-) This is a two-player co-operative game. The screen is "divided" into a left and right side and each player plays in his/her half. You play as 2 whacky rabbit/bunny like creatures.
Summary: The first time I viewed Kuri kuri Mix, I sighed. It was another one of those insane games with pointless blobby characters, and a large helpful chicken. I originally bought it, only because it was classed as a Party Game, and I thought I would receive pleasure from it, playing with my friends, where we could safely insult it, without being attacked by any game fanatics.
Summary: A very cute and colourful platformer. The only problems lie in the awkward, frustrating enemies -- which continue to hit you just as you're struggling to recooperate from their last attack, and also the prescence of superior PS2 platformers on the market, particularly Jak And Daxter. But nonetheless, it's hard to deny that this is novel, backstabbing fun.
Test your relationship with your friends/families!
15 October 2001
Summary: So far, I've only played this game in the story mode with 2 players (can't imagine doing it solo, it'll take a superhuman) and it is oh so fun! I was a bit skeptical at first about the concept of the game; walking around as a brown rabbit with a pot on your head, or a pink rabbit with an umbrella as a hat? Not a great choice of character, I thought. But once I started playing with my sister, we couldn't stop. The keyword here is: COOPERATION!
Summary: This is a brilliant game; really fun & great for playing with friends. The 1 player mode is quite tricky, as you have to follow both rabbits at once though. Quite different from the usual PS2 fare of fighting & driving games, all in all an interesting challenge.
Summary: I was bought this game as a gift and at 25, I wasn't sure how much excitemnt it would hold for me !! As it turns out, a fun filled game which I would say is for two+ players (controlling both characters at the same time is fiddly). Works on your cooperation with other players and is a scream after a few drinks !!!.....