Reviews and Problems with Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
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funny and brutal
wolf0117 , GameStop
15 October 2013
Summary: i love controling other enemies and make kill their own and the story is good with some very funny cut scenes but if you have a xbox 360 and have this game it will work but you might only hear the soundtrack but you might edit where you only hear sound and putt it your volume very high but there some area you get perfect voice and sound.
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!!!!!!!!
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. I naturally gravitated towards this game because I figured that it would be obtainable for me to play and finish in a reasonable amount of time, and because not much has been published regarding the more advanced levels of the ...
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. The controls and character animations were not geared towards true platforming action. It was about figuring out what precise series of steps you had to take to reach areas, and also how to help others to reach ...