Summary: Step into the realm of a child’s imagination on Halloween, where you battle monsters as often as you get candy. This fateful night, your parents are making you trick-or-treat with your twin, much to your chagrin. You have an awesome robot costume while your sibling is dressed as a lame candy corn. You are quite vocal about your disgust for your sibling’s choice of getup and grudgingly walk out of your house together.
Summary: The official GameInformer review makes plenty of valid points about this game, not the least of which is the ill-conceived save system, but disregarding this game on the whole, I believe, would be a mistake. Now, I need to be upfront that this game is more or less tailor-made for me. I did not get a whole lot of opportunity to celebrate Halloween as a kid, but it was always my favourite.
Costume Quest: Dress up and kick some monster arse
22 January 2012
Excerpt: "...a fight breaks out. Each costume has a special ability that can be used in combat (the robot hits all enemies with a rocket punch, the knight uses his shield to block damage, the statue of liberty’s patriotic yell heals all the party members and so on.) Some of the costumes also have moves that can be used out of combat to get past obstacles (for example the space suit has a glowing rod that lights up dark areas.) You acquire different costumes throughout ...
Pros: Cute graphics, various costumes/abilities to choose from, old school adventure game style humour
Cons: Fairly short (only five hours long), the basic turn based combat gets repetitive
Summary: Empezemos por los graficos....sin duda son agradables y tipo dibujos animados,bonitos pero recuerdan mas a la epoca de Super Nintendo algo asi como el juego (bastante malo por cierto) de Paper Boy,sin duda podian haber explotado mucho mas la potencia grafica de las consolas actuales,aun asi no niego que son coloristas y simpaticos.