Reviews and Problems with Code Lyoko: Quest for Infinity
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Great for Code Lyoko fans!
John H. "BargainZFinder2009", Amazon
14 December 2012
Summary: This game is purely for fans of the TV series, because no one else will really get what is going on. We got it for our 5 year old and it is a little tough for her, but with help from us she does OK. I would not recommend this game as a stand alone game for anyone who has never seen the cartoon series on Disney XD / Netflix etc - the game follows the story of the TV show and the characters match up to the show too.
Summary: my son is a bis fan of code lyoko,and that was the reason why i bought the game. Also it's unknown in the uk and eire, it's a big hit in france (where i'm from). My son has a lot of fun playing the wii game and i have to admit that i enjoy it too. great action game with cool moves,great machines and good storyline.
Summary: My son (age 11) loves this game, and yet no-one we know has heard of it. The graphics are simple, abstract and effective, and the game play varied (you can play as many different characters with different skills that develop as the game goes on). The scenario is that there is a virtual world under the student campus that is under threat from the XANA virus and the students must enter the virtual world (hence the abstract landscapes)to fight against it and try to save the...
Conclusion: This is a brilliant game to play but you really must be familiar with the story to get the gist of the game. The amount of skills and abilities within the game are impressive and the graphics are well done. My only criticism is that the controllers may cause glitches when using Telekinesis. I am waiting for the game to be released on PS2 in the UK.