Reviews and Problems with Ultimate Ghosts 'N Goblins
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Great game, misleading advertisement
Tanner Fredrickson, Amazon
4 March 2014
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.
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.
Summary: This game is pretty good. But it is very short and the jumping is the only thing that kills me. The re-spawning enemy's don't give you enough time to look around and explore before you have to kill them again.
Summary: this game is the most fun i,ve had on psp so far. g.n.g is a retro 2d platformer that is ment to be played like one so dont use the save feature like the old days , plus it makes the game last alot longer.
Summary: I'll reiterate what the other reviewers have said-this is a challenging game and I'm a Ghosts and Goblins veteran. I played the arcade game and beat it. I owned the Sega Genesis version called Ghosts and Ghouls, and I owned the Gameboy Advance version as well.
Summary: In the 1980s, when human minds are less sophisticated, many video game concepts were centred on the theme of "rescuing the princess, saving the world". Ultimate Ghosts `n Goblins utilizes the same concept, and it's hardly surprisingly - it's a modern take on the original Ghost `n Goblins from 1986.
Summary: Es ist klasse, dass Klassiker auf der PSP mit aufgemotzter Grafik und super Sound veröffentlicht werden. Insofern macht Ultimate Ghostn Goblins alles richtig. Leider wurde auch der megaharte Schwierigkeitsgrad mit übernommen.