Reviews and Problems with Little King's Story
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Little King's Story review (WII)
1 April 2012
Excerpt: Released in North America in 2009, Little King’s Story has since been recommended to me more often than any other Wii title I can recall. As a general rule, I forget to purchase games (even the ones that people tell me I’m bound to love) if I don’t pick them up near launch.
Excerpt: I borrowed my eight year old niece’s Wii to review this game, and she was more than happy to help me play it, which in part explains the delay. The game opens like a children’s storybook illustration with very nicely done pastel shots of a very lonely little boy, Corobo.
The Secret Saturdays: Beasts of the 5th Sun Review
24 November 2009
Excerpt: Based on the Cartoon Network show, The Secret Saturdays: Beasts of the 5th Sun is an action-platformer that does little to stand out from the sea of mediocrity that plagues the Nintendo Wii’s game library.
Conclusion: It's difficult to resist the urge to pour hours and hours into Little King's Story without stopping. This lengthy, challenge, and utterly adorable title has great potential to bridge the gap between different audiences on the Wii.
Excerpt: I'll fess up; my gaming ego has been bruised. The culprit? Little King's Story (LKS), a game with such cutesy art and simplistic battle mechanics, that it seemed it would be anything but a challenge.
Summary: Beginning life as 'Project O', and revealed soon after the Wii's release, Little King's Story had an immense backing of talent right from the get-go. Skilled developers from games such as Harvest Moon, Final Fantasy XII and Dragon Quest VIII banded together with Cing and Town Factory to create what...
Excerpt: Yasuhiro Wada's Harvest Moon series has spun a bit out of control. The first few games in the series had a good amount of heart, but as time went on the charm was replaced with gimmicks, hoping to squeeze a few extra dollars out of the franchise.