Summary: I enjoy cute things as much as the next person, but too much of a good thing... That's probably the only gripe I have about this little gem. Historically, I've never been much for Japanese games, but this one is very addictive and fun. The graphics are simple but vibrant. The physics system seems dead on. Some of the levels aren't that challenging (especially if you are a hard core gamer).
Conclusion: Once the basic controls have been mastered, you’ll find this to be a very strange, but quite addictive little game. The music is a bit annoying, and it gets a bit samey after a while, but is mostly fun. Makes a refreshing change from the usual franchises, or PS2 ports.
Summary: I bought this for my brother but I have played it loads too! Although the game is very simple and can get a bit boring, the sound effects and the music are hilarious and that makes it a lot more fun.
Excerpt: Aside from the benefit of “letting off some steam”, most psychologists would likely assert that spending endless hours killing in the virtual world is perhaps not the healthiest of recreational activities. Still, killing is what we want and publishers are all to happy to fulfil the public’s blood-lust; whether we’re sniping Nazis with antique rifles, setting zombies on fire, blasting UFOs out of the sky, or hacking dozens, nay hundreds, of hapless soldiers to pieces with...
Pros: Looks a peach, engaging gameplay mechanics, eclectic soundtrack, highly original
Cons: Lack of variety in later levels, not overly challenging to complete