Reviews and Problems with Tokobot Plus: Mysteries of the Karakuri
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Tokobot Plus: Mysteries of the Karakuri
14 May 2008
Conclusion: Tokobots alone won't get you through this game, however; your skills will be tested as you make precision jumps, battle an assortment of enemies, and try to figure out what you must do in order to continue deeper into the game's stages. Be assured–at times, you'll fail, and you'll die.
Conclusion: Tokobot Plus doesn’t really have much going for it at all. It’s not that there’s anything really badly wrong with the game – well, expect for the camera – it’s just that there’s nothing that’s terribly exciting about it either.
Excerpt: Tokobot Plus: Mysteries of The Karakuri is a platforming puzzler from Tecmo that features a group of little robots who can work together to help you out in a number of tricky situations. These robots were apparently created many, many years ago by a prehistoric civilisation.
PS2 Review - 'Tokobot Plus: Mysteries of the Karakuri'
21 December 2006
Summary: Your favorite mechanical helpers are back as the Tokobots help Bolt unlock and discover the Mysteries of the Karakuri! The Tokobots are swinging, climbing, and spinning their way back into action this year on the PS2 in a totally enhanced and upgraded Karakuri experience.
Excerpt: For all the crap that the PSP gets for being the home of endless PlayStation 2 ports, it's actually managing to spawn a few creative games of its own, some of which are starting to make the leap to the PS2.
Conclusion: If you're a 3D-platforming fanatic and you have a PSP then I can see you perhaps picking up the PSP version, albeit largely thanks to a lack of much else on the platform. However, stretching the game out to the big screen doesn't do it any favours and on the PS2 there are plenty of other games out...
Pros: Presentation is nice
Cons: It's a conversion from a PSP game and it shows
Tokobot Plus: Mysteries Of The Karakuri Review (PS2)
Yet Another Review Site
4 June 2007
Excerpt: It’s Platform Jim, but not as we know it. Let me make this clear before I start, I have listed this game as an action adventure, but it is more adventure/puzzler Well I am no stranger to the platform / adventure genre but this game is unlike most others I have played.