Excerpt: What we have here is a remake of a game that first appeared on the original PlayStation, given upgraded graphics and a range of control options, and released on the Wii. But will the old-school gameplay put off new players, or introduce them to a whole new genre?
Summary: This remake is a wonderful addition to the Wii library. I'm very glad Namco Bandai decided to bring back this classic and not just port it to the system. The fact that they took the time to add 3D graphics, voice work, redo the audio, and make the controls simple should be commended.
Conclusion: Concept: Revive a cult PSone platformer on a family friendly platform
Graphics: Much improved from the original. Think modern Sonic games
Sound: Annoying voice acting replaces the nonsensical blathering from before
Playability: Hold the remote NES-style and you're good to go
Entertainment: You don't...
Conclusion: While Klonoa is undoubtedly a breeze, for the most part I found it an enjoyable breeze. Both the platforming sections and the boss battles are fun to take part in. Considering it's been released at a budget price, you can't be too harsh on its short length.
Summary: " Klonoa " is a brilliant platformer from the past that has been freshened up for the modern age. The utilisation of enemies is a clever manner in which to defeat them, as well as to reach higher heights, it’s just a shame that the game happens to be so easy and short.
Summary: Klonoa's long-awaited return offers vibrant graphics, motion control and new secrets to discover in this update to the series' debut adventure. Highly revered as one of the best platform games of the past 10 years, Klonoa will ignite Wii owners' imaginations with addictive gameplay, exciting stages...
Conclusion: Klonoa is truly an adventure worth experiencing. It's undeniably charming, despite its somewhat outdated vibe. It plays great, and there's enough gameplay diversity to keep players engaged throughout the entirety of the game. Therefore, I say it's worth the $30.