Reviews and Problems with NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits
Showing 1-10 of 14
NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits Wii Review
28 May 2010
Excerpt: For me, when developers such as the Spanish Over the Top Games come along and churn out something great, they are deserving of all the respect in the world. Games such as NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits (said developers first game) aren’t made on a huge budget, or by lots of people, they’re just put together with an unarguable passion and the drive to make fun games.
Conclusion: NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits is old-school at heart, but completely innovative and fresh when it comes to gameplay. It's an excellent adventure that defines the gold standard for WiiWare. You'll make fun use of the unique functionality of the controllers, with minimal waggle - though the gesturing still makes great sense within the context of the gameplay.
Excerpt: This is a game that I have been waiting for since it’s announcement. So what did I think about this game? Is it going to be worth your 1000 Nintendo Points? Read on to discover what I thought about this game and then form your own opinion.
Pros: Impressive visuals, Easy controls
Cons: Little variety with levels, music and enemies, Puzzles are fairly simple
Excerpt: Despite WiiWare flourishing as a hotbed of quirky, interesting and very playable games, much of the stuff released is throwaway in nature. You'll enjoy it for what it is, maybe even a lot, but once it's finished that'll probably be it. There are too few games like LostWinds and Swords & Soldiers - games that draw you back despite being exhausted of content. So NyxQuest is even more welcome.
Summary: Seit Jahren wünschen sich Nintendo-Fans einen Nachfolger zu „Kid Icarus“. Es gab Gerüchte, Artworks und sogar ein Re-Design des Hauptcharakters Pit für „Super Smash Bros. Brawl“, doch auf eine Fortsetzung müssen wir bis heute warten. Vor einiger Zeit tauchte ein WiiWare-Spiel auf, das dem Klassiker ähnlich sah und auf den Namen „NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits“ getauft wurde.