Reviews and Problems with Ultimate Ghosts 'N Goblins
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24 November 2014
Summary: This is an impressive game. The graphics are awesome. I do have to admit it can be frustrating. It is a hard game. I was almost to the point of quitting but after getting the Knights spirit the difficulty doesn't seem as bad. Now it's more about exploring. The visuals are stunning. My one complaint is after beating the levels and getting to the end, when it sends you back to do all the levels again to look for rings you don't get to fight all the bosses again.
Summary: Best PSP game I ever owned. I must have played it a thousand times. If, like me, you lived as a teenager in the era of arcades and played this game, this will bring you back like nothing else. It's an updated, polished version of the original, looks FANTASTIC visually and it's just as crazy hard as it was in the arcade. Seriously, best PSP game, ever.
Summary: I purchased this game used, and the seller advertised it as being in "very good" condition. The condition is not "very good". It does come with the case and instruction book, but the UMD itself is in poor repair. The casing is partially split apart, and it's collapsed. The game still plays, and the UMD casing is relatively easy to replace, but this is more like "fair" condition than "very good" considering the game itself is damaged.
Summary: I've never played any of the Ghost 'N Goblin games before this one but I heard they were challenging and I decided to buy this one. The plot for this game is very standard. Arthur a brave and noble knight has his love taken from him by demons and he fights to get her back. That's good I don't need Shakespeare or anything. The game consists of five stages not including a few boss battles. Each of the levels is different and the variations allow for engaging game-play.