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Summary: There's R.P.G.'s, and Action games. Then there's Galleon, in a completely different league of it's own. A fantastic array of colourful graphics accompany the storyline, with some great background music at times to match.
Worth the wait - and better than the magazines say
12 May 2005
Summary: There have been some negative magazine reviews about Galleon but they're definitely wrong. It's fantastic! The graphics may not be as advanced as some new games but the levels still look great and the gameplay is superb.
Summary: I remember this being previewed on the Dreamcast and on a video that came with NGC and I seem to recall it started on the Playstation. It was always banded about as being a faster/streamlined Tomb Raider and I admit the preview footage looked quite enticing so I got a copy...on the cheap.
Summary: Galleon has had somewhat mixed reviews in the mags, so when my copy arrived I was expecting it to be one of those love it or hate type of games, but it isn't, it's quite simply brilliant. I wont bother going through all the "you play captain Rhama ...
Summary: I bought this game on the strength of so many reviews I'm sure you've all read - you know, hugh islands to explore that are really detailed within a great adventure etc, etc. This review is more aimed for the casual gamers out there.
Summary: First things first, ignore any comments from XBM Magazine that only gave this a poxy 6 out of 10, its definately at least a 9. The first thing that strikes you about this title is the unusual graphical style of the characters however, any misgivings with this soon disappear as soon as you see...
Welcome from the Bermuda triangle you salty Sea Dog!
Useless Article, Amazon
12 May 2005
Summary: Like playing retro games? Well, this is the game for you, out of date by a good three or four years when it was finally released in 2004. If it had been released on the N64, it would have been remembered alongside classics such as Zelda, James Bond and Jet Force Gemini.