Summary: You must pick this one up! I've read a few reviews for it and decided that I had to own it. It's all I expected and much more. In an age where all that's considerable in terms of gaming are first person shooters, Klonoa is a breath of fresh air being the awesome 2.5D platformer that it is. seriously, if you like fun, look no further than Klonoa. It's incredible.
Summary: I remember seeing this game when i was young but never got to try it out. It reminded of Tomba, which was insanely good, so I always wanted it but never got the chance. Didn't even know they made a remake to this, I just stumbled upon it by chance but i'm so glad I found it. This game was redone the "right" way. Usually when games are remade they feel rushed with just better graphics. This game has kept tight controls, the basic gameplay, & REALLY added to the graphics.
Summary: This game blew my mind! It's neat 2d characters, in an awesome 3d world made the game very enjoyable. I have not beaten this game, but when I do I will still continue playing it, because that is just how Amazing this game is! If you are looking for a fun cheap game this game may be just what your collection is missing. At only ten dollars this game is definitely worth every penny! I'm urging you, you will not regret this.
A tragically under-appreciated, overlooked masterwork in platforming given a second chance
T. Hill "Relytia", Amazon
26 December 2011
Summary: You know, in a world that is anything but fair, there really is something to be said about second chances, especially for those that truly deserve one. The original Klonoa: Door to Phantomile , is one of the most tragically underrated, under-appreciated gemstones in the platforming genre. The original sold like dirt, but for some great reason, it got an incredible sequel , which also sold like dirt.
Summary: PROS: - Extremely well refined. - Beautiful graphics that are perfectly suited to the Wii. - Simple control scheme. - Linear, non-confusing gameplay. - Great voice acting. - Catchy, relaxing music. CONS: - Puke your guts out character manners. - Weak plot. Klonoa reeks of refinement from the moment you pop it in. Everything in the game is slick as a freshly oiled Exxon-Valdez baby seal, which, in itself, makes this game a pleasure to play.