Excerpt: Munch's Oddysee provides challenging gameplay, stunning worlds, and an interesting storyline, for any aged player. Abe and Munch work together to complete the tasks required of them to successfully progress through the game.
Excerpt: The original Oddworld game, Abe's Oddysee, was pretty challenging. (I never got around to playing Abe's Exxodus.) It was definitely a thinking man's game. It appeared to be a platformer, but in truth it was a puzzle game through and through.
Excerpt: This is the best game I have played for ages! You have to really think about what your doing to complete it and the characters, monopod Munch and odd Abe, are endearing throughout! This game brings a few genres of gameplay into one game.
Excerpt: I've played and loved the first 2 games to death. they were 2D platform with 3D cutscenes and were extremely well thought out and used the playstation's power well. This game, however, was no way near as imaginative... honestly!
Summary: Oddworld Munch's Oddyssee is not as good as any of the other games. I think that the 3D graphics and gameplay ruined the feel of all the previous games. I am disappointed that this game was ever released and I am sad to have ever purchased it.
Excerpt: Farting, Burping, Vendo Slurping - what more could you want from a game! Abe is back, this time in full 3D, this time with a new found friend – Munch, This is Oddworld Munches Oddysee. If you have ever played the two previous games on the Psone, you’ll understand the strange world that abe lives in.
Excerpt: From the box: "Munch on This! Play as the Gabbit with odditude, Munch, and his flatulent side-kick, Abe, as they lead a lab rat revolution. Munch has been captured, poked, probed and generally violated by the greedy corporate sickos, the Vykkers, and now it's time for him and Abe to turn the tables.