Summary: One of the great things about the new Xbox Originals program is that it gives low-selling titles a second chance. And if you buy one Xbox Original, make it Psychonauts. Don't pick up the original version, though: it was plagued with technical problem.
Summary: What makes a great game? Psychonauts makes a great game. What makes a great game sell, I have no clue. In Psychonauts you play Raz, a young psychic deturmined to become a psychic super agent known as a Psychonaut.
Summary: A good title to have for your game library. It's non linear, has fun graphics (kind of 60's imagery), and has quirky characters. Too bad it was underappreciated when it came out; I would like to have seen a sequel. Maybe it was the word 'Psycho' in the title that turned off parents.
Summary: I love Psychonauts. The graphics aren't super new and flashy, but to be honest, it doesn't matter as much when the storyline is this compelling. I find that I love picking up this game. There are a few annoying parts, but generally any repetitiveness or frustrating parts of the game don't last long.
Summary: Psychonauts is an insanely creative game. In it, you are a boy named Raz who sneaks off to Whispering Rock Psychic Summer Camp to become a psychonaut. During the game you obtain abilities such as levitation, clairvoyance, psi-blasts (which is basically like your brain being a gun), and much more.
Summary: There's not much to say about this game, except it is hilarious. The cartooney feel and design is great, and really adds to the mood of the game. The main character, Raz, is a lot like other boys his age, and makes the game feel real. The characetrs are great, you can really get attached to them.
Summary: I really liked this one. The premise of a young psychic with the power to astrally project himself into peoples' minds is very original, but it's the execution that makes it so much fun. Psychonauts is part action platformer and part puzzle with a little bit of RPG thrown in as well.
Summary: This sadly underrated game is different from most anything you've played before, and this is certainly a good thing. You play as Raz, a youngster who's gate-crashed his way into a government sponsered summer camp for psychically gifted kids.