Summary: Maximo vs. Army of Zin is a prime example of how a sequel should be done. When I played the Ghosts to Glory demo from a PS magazine and then finally rented the game and played it, I was very surprised when I was in GameCrazy and saw this game on the shelf (quite a few years ago) the game is a major upgrade to the first title in all aspects of gameplay, graphics, camera (especially the camera!) and power ups!
Summary: The spiritual successor to the Ghosts and Goblins returns in this sequel that unfortunately does away with the difficulty of the first. A solid title that loses some of the edge of its predecessor with the more forgiving difficulty.
Summary: This game greatly exceeded my expectations! The graphics, while not jaw-dropping, were still very nice. More importantly, the gameplay was just superb - heavy on the action with fun combo moves and a bit of exploration to find all the hidden goodies. I have read several reviews on various websites that spoke of the high level of difficulty (which scared me away from getting this game until recently), but I found the difficulty to be absolutely perfect - challenging...
Summary: This game was requested by my son who is 10 yrs old. He has many other types of games and tried the demo. He reads and activates other sections that comes included with the game. Thru the demo he was able to play and he was interested in completing this game. He searched here for details on the characters and what's involved or expected to win or end the game. We talked and then I ordered. He anticipated the arrival. It was delivered when stated, then it was game on.
Summary: Nephews and I had Maximo "Ghost to Glory", but was lost. We enjoyed the challenging levels, bosses and very nice touch to the graphics, so I checked Amazon and found the first Maximo and happily discovered the Second in the series- Maximo vs. "Army of Zin" I was thrilled to see it for sale by one Amazon vendor and purchased it as well.