Summary: Deadly Creatures has a very interesting premise with highly unusual protagonists and unique gameplay. The very creative level designs and exploration are interesting to traverse. The excellent graphics and unnerving atmosphere are a treat.
Summary: This game is ok. It is a very interesting idea, but not played out very well. For starters, the game is very linker; you crawl along a path and around every corner is one of 5 different bad guys to fight.
Summary: The Good: Highly detailed creatures, lots of moves to unlock, great combat system, some epic moments The Bad: Retarded story, bland ugly environments, repetitive, just gets way too hard I remember talking to my family years ago about a game where you can play as a bug, animal etc instead of a human...
Summary: My oldest son got this. He had the game beat fairly quickly. I think the scale of the creatures to the surroundings needs to be better. Also there were some levels that it took him a while to figure out but once done he beat the level quickly.
Summary: Some of the gameplay felt gimmicky. Less like a game honed to perfection. The camera can get really screwey at times. And I was often made dizzy just climbing around. Those things would have dropped this to a 4 for me, because the premise of the game and some of the execution is A+.
Summary: Overall this game is beautiful. Great graphics and a great twist in that you get to play a Tarantula or a Scorpion. I rented this to see if it was worth a purchase, and I can say a resounding no. Not at full price. Once you finish this game, that's it.
Disappointing level designs mar an otherwise good game.
11 February 2009
Summary: The premise of the Deadly Creatures is promising. The player takes the role of either a tarantula or a scorpion in the desert and must battle for survival. The storyline surrounding the game is honestly quite cool and has some of the nicest voice acting I've heard in a long time.
Summary: This is only OK. It's not filled with action or adventure at all. You're a tarantula walking around finding food and trying to survive. If you're into action and lots happening then this ain't for you. It's really quite monotonous and verges on boring which is such a shame.