Summary: I really enjoyed this game. Its graphics were good & Harry (Main Character) makes you laugh. Puzzles to solve, mountains to climb rivers to cross etc etc Buy this game for light hearted fun fun fun.
Summary: ... not a fantastic game, but it IS good, though somewhat 'linear' - in the levels you have to go through, because then the levels are arranged by connection and you effectively have to go back to some places when you get the required item. Do not think this is all that boring, as the game is actually fun: the main character (son of good'ol Pitfall Harry?
Summary: I finished this game last night and what a blast the journey was. I bought this game to take my mind away from work and school but I got hooked. When I thought I was stuck, it was because I had overlooked something -- you really have to use your wits and analytical skills sometimes! My boyfriend and I played together, he took some platforms and I did some. I thought the graphics were superb and it has made me a snob against games whose graphics are not as advanced.
Summary: I always rent a game before I buy it, and this one passed the test within the first day. Aside from the graphics being really nice in an eye candy, clamation sort of way, I think that it plays nice and smooth as well. There were some minor moments of frustration where I thought I had gotten myself stuck in an area witout a skill I needed, but each time this happened I would find that I only overlooked the answer that was right in front of me.
Summary: I rented this game a couple of days ago. Right when I got inside, I put the game in. After 10 minutes, I took it out and never put it back in. This game is awfull! I like the old pitfall, but this game gets boring in like 5 minutes!!!! Trus me on this. I dont know how someone could give this 5 stars. The graphics are okay, but not anything compared to other ps2 games. The controlls get me so mad; I try to get on a rope and I keep falling, completly missing!!
Summary: This has to be one of the best platformers of the year. I've had this game for 2 days and I don't want to stop playing. It has the first 2 Pitfall games hidden inside (Pitfall + Pitfall II-Lost Caverns)that were on the Atari 2600. The only way they could have done better would have been to have included Super Pitfall from Nintendo NES, but maybe they can fit that in on the next sequal (hint hint).