Summary: This game is awesome! The story mode is cool, the gameplay is much more cool. I love how adventurous this game is, u start in the forest and then u end up in the Forsaken City. U could also do a lot of ninga moves like running alongside walls, jumping on bamboo, and walking on ropes that bring u to the otherside of the cliff. I really do hope Capcom makes a part two of this game. Capcom u did it once again!
A fun adventure that somehow seems hidden in the PS2 library.
S. Bouley "Derelict", Amazon
19 August 2010
Summary: The Legend of Kay follows the story of an idealistic young cat (Kay) who's learning the ways of the martial arts. He sets off down a path to rid his land of the oppressive ruling of rats and apes who have taken charge. The plot, although not epic by any means, serves it's purpose to drive the action. Unfortunately the story is delivered both poorly and inconsistently. The voice acting is horrible.
Excerpt: "...who teaches him life’s lessons. The Legend of Kay is a surprisingly good game considering the fact that it is virtually unknown, it ticks all of the boxes for a good platform game and has some nice unique touches to it also to make a game which is both enjoyable to play and interesting in it’s storytelling. ...
Pros: Good gameplay, Nice graphics,
Cons: Rather linear, One completed the only thing to do is complete it again
Summary: Cat meets martial arts, fights bad Rats and Gorillas that have taken over the world. Well, that's the essence of the story which goes on for about 12 hours. Nice and colorful world but the game performance is riddled with frame rate issues throughout. And as the story progresses you feel you have seen this all before, somewhere. Zelda, Prince of Persia, StarFox Adventures etc, the latter most likely the game framework that was copied.
Summary: The story of this game is quite interesting. I enjoyed the design of the story and how they progress. The movies being done in the style of comic books was interesting. The part I didn't like about the game is that you have to continuously activate these cat statues in order to unlock a door and progress. Fighting enemies is alright, its the same kind of fighting over and over. There are no new moves as the game progresses, but you do unlock new weapons.
Summary: Okay, ich habe Vorurteile gegen alles auf dem das JoWooD-Logo prangert. Dementsprechend war ich auch etwas am Hadern mit "Legend of Kay", aber da ich gerade eher alte Spiele nachholen will schien die Zeit gekommen das Spiel in die PS2 einzulegen. Ich gebe gerne zu sofort vom Gegenteil überzeug worden zu sein.
Summary: es gibt zu wenige gute jump n run adventure! als großer fan von jak n dax bin ich ständig auf der suche nach vergleichbaren spielen und vor kurzem kam mir ein diamant unter, der in deutschland unter repräsentiert ist: kya! ( the dark line age) dieses spiel ist unglaublich! aber achtung: hier geht es um kay! auf grund der namens ähnlichkeit und recht guten bewertungen habe ich mir darauf hin auch kay zu gelegt. leider hält es nicht was es verspricht.