Reviews and Problems with Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
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Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee Reader Review - 8.4
Powerdrive, IGN Entertainment
16 August 2005
Conclusion: Mainly, the graphics are really the highlight of this game, the graphics were a little dark and misty "end of maps". Some of the scenes may scare the young and the characters look a little strange. The speech can be pretty funny sometimes, but they can be a little repetitive and it may be unsuitable for young kids as the Sligs swear sometimes.
Conclusion: In a word, Dissapointing, the graphics were cool if not a little dark and the rendering in some places makes it hard to tell where you are or the distance involved, gameplay smooth if not a little too simplistic, the storyline will scare young kids as there are some pretty bizarre characters and some harsh scenes in the storytelling leading up to the game.
Summary: This was bought for my 11yr old for xmas, he likes to play on it and says it's fun but finds it really hard. Again it arrived in time for xmas and was good value for money and I think if they find them hard to begin with then you get more for your money because the game will last them longer!!!!!!!!!! I'm not really mean just frugal!!!!!!!!
Summary: The third game in the Oddworld series was originaly promised to be on PS2, but then all of a sudden it came out on X-Box for some reason. Graphically it isn't anything the PS2 couldn't handle, relativly detailed textures and it only runs at 30fps @60hz or 25fps at 50hz. Now the Oddworld adventure is in full 3D and the game is shared with two characters, Abe our original hero and introducing Munch and you can use them together or alternativly depending on the mission.
Summary: Well first of all i eventually got round to purchasing this game i was so excited i shot out of my bed banging my head on the ceiling when it arrived one morning. The game loaded up like the previous introductions but had a fly in it, like in Abes Oddysee the camrea zoomed into the temple and the name of the game was introduced, and in Abes Exoddus it was a mudokon spraying on a wall and a bunch of mudokons getting beaten up.