Excerpt: Last year, Konami released Elebits, a game where you play a young child that captures Elebits. I had the wonderful opportunity to review the game. This past year (September 18th, 2007) Konami’s team that worked on Elebits made the game Dewy’s Adventure.
Conclusion: While the game is perfect in many ways it does have a couple problems. It may seem like I am nit-picking but the lifeless fan models that you will encounter as you circle the courses frustrate me to no end.
Excerpt: In Konami's latest Wii game, Dewy's Adventure, the creators vastly overestimated their target audience's gaming ability. The point of Dewy's Adventure is to get Dewy, a lovable little water droplet, across various levels, and at the end he'll face off with one of the six world bosses.
Excerpt: Nintendo’s Wii system is chock full of cutesy titles geared towards the younger or casual gamer. While some see this as a good thing I am somewhat concerned that Nintendo’s onslaught of 3rd party games seems to be all over the map as the Wii is targeting everyone, young and old, male or female.
Excerpt: From the team that delivered the scavenger-hunting of Elebits last fall, comes Dewy’s Adventure, a platformer with tilting worlds and shifting climates. As an enchanted droplet of water named Dewy, you’ll need to restore order to the Eaus’ World by recovering the fruit of The Tree of Seven Colors,...