Summary: Death Jr. wasn't as fun as i thought it would be. The levels are hard and the graphics are bad. However the story line is funny and interesting. This game would not be good for kids under 10 or 11 because it has a lot of gore and it has a little bit of language. Death Jr. is an ok game if you r looking for a bad challenge. But if your looking for a fun and exiting game try somthing else.
Summary: I had stumbled upon Death Jr II: Root of Evil a few weeks back and I actually liked it, so i decided to go looking for the 1st game. So when i found it here on Amazon found a couple of peoples reviews complain about the "save mode" the save mode is more than "4" guess some people do not know how to hit start then go down and hit save more than "4" times.
Summary: It's a little too hard and what's worse is that you can't save your progress during levels. You get 4 continues and you need to pass the whole level from start to finish with those 4 or it's game over and you start the level from the begining. Of course this gets frustrating. The biggest fault in the gameplay is the camera.
Summary: I really wanted to like this game. The concept was fresh. Being the son of the grim reaper sounded like fun and with the lack of PSP adventure games...or games period, I couldn't wait for Death Jr. The game is a disappointment. You start off in a hub world (the museum) in which you find that three of your friends have been captured by the evil Moloch. Okay fine...but then you find out that Moloch has turned your friends into...wait...puzzle pieces? Now it is up to Jr.