Reviews and Problems with Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue
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Amazing, Long, Fun, All around great.
kennyweekerzz , GameStop
9 December 2011
Summary: I previously owned this game on GameCube. And i have had a huge cravin for some boomerang throwing fun!! I remembered this game, and might i say, IT IS GREAT. Best game ever, fun for any age. There is challenge and puzzle, and a great arrange of boomerangs. This is a must-have game!!
Summary: This is the sequel to Ty the Tasmanian Tiger, a collecting game with a similar vibe to games like Super Mario 64, Banjo Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64. The game's story is that Cass is back! One of the bosses from the prequel with the name of Fluffy busts him out. So Ty makes a group with friends called Bush Resucue. Basically what has happened is Cass set up his own country so he could have diplomatic immunity.
Summary: This game sucks eggs. I had this game for like 5 months. I am only passed the tutorial level cuz i never play this pice of junk. cons bad controls lame gameplay WEAK weapons lame setting pros...........................
Summary: I had to replace this game because my son scratched the other one and it wouldn't go past a certain area. I love this game! It's so much fun, me and my son take turns at doing the missions or just going around getting opals to buy new rangs. A must have for gamers with or without kids!
Lisa Shea "medieval swordfighting enthusiast", Amazon
23 September 2009
Summary: Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 2: Bush Rescue for the GameCube picks up where Ty left off. You've got an Ausssie-style Tiger on platforming style wild adventures. I really enjoyed the first Ty game so I had high hopes coming into this one. The game certainly kicks off instantly. There's no training, no prologue - you're just dumped into an emergency situation and are off and running. You're bashing, jumping, racing, trying to take out the bad guys.
Summary: My sister and I love this game. We have each beaten it, almost one hundred percent, and we love playing. It's really fun, exciting, and worth-buying. I had bought this, as a part of the whole Christmas thing. I got a bunch of games, actually. We had Ty 1-3 at one point, but ended up selling them due to moving and lack of funds and such. I bought them all, again, here, and haven't regretted it. The games are super fun, and family-friendly.
Summary: When you first start Ty 2, you need to go through a small series of "missions" before you enter burramudge and enter a sort of free- range mode. This new burramudge has both the rugged "outback" feel, as well as a small town where everybody knows everybody. Instead of going into other "worlds" through portals, like the first game, you drive around and complete missions around the island.
Summary: O.k. First, the other reviews are most likely from harcore gamers that expect the graphics to be real-life quality, and the gameplay to be perfect(I could go on forever!). Now that I said that, this a game worth playing. The graphics, sound, missions, audio, all that jazz, deserves a b+. The gameplay is pretty good. You can pilot vehicles, including choppers. The levels are also challenging (remember, I'm a casual gamer).