Excerpt: Sorry about that – I had a few Foster’s before I sat down to write this one, and I guess the flavor of Down Under affected me. However, channeling Crocodile Dundee does have a certain benefit, that of fully getting me into the Australian spirit, something that EA and Krome studios attempts to do with their release of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger for Gamecube, Xbox and PS2. (For all you dinkum Aussies, I hope I did a bottler of a job on your slang.
Excerpt: So, one day, me and me mates were sittin’ down at the billabong takin’ back a few. It was a real pearler of a day, until we got a call on the phone. Some chap on the other end said me possum was in a bit of strife with a couple cheeky buggers. Well, time to set those ruddy scamps straight. I grabbed me ‘rangs and ran off to her place. There she was, surrounded by a couple of wicked characters.
Conclusion: In conclusion, if you are looking for the ultimate platformer out in the market, don’t look here. Ty 3 is an enjoyable, straightforward platformer suited to new gamers or for kids who are intrigued by Australiana. The game certainly has its charm and its moments, but if this series wants to continue, some dramatic changes will have to be made - as when it comes down to game play experience, like the class level of Ms. Hilton,Ty 3 is severely lacking.
Conclusion: With over 15 levels of Australian wilderness to explore and within so many items and entertainment to be had, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger has shown me that the good old fun caper around a wacky yet not too original concept can bring many hours of pleasure for young and old alike.With over 15 levels of Australian wilderness to explore and within so many items and entertainment to be had, Ty the Tasmanian Tiger has shown me that the good old fun caper around a wacky yet not too...
Conclusion: Mit der aktuellen Jump´n´Run-Konkurrenz wie Rayman 3 kann das Spiel der Krome Studios leider trotzdem nicht mithalten. Dies liegt vor allem daran, dass man nicht wirklich bemüht war, ein neues Feature ins Spiel einzubauen, das Ty längerfristig einen Thron im Innovationshimmel der Hüpfspiele sichert. Zu sehr erinnert spielerisch alles an die Nintendo-Klassiker, ohne dabei schlecht zu sein, aber auch ohne dabei besonders aufzufallen.