Summary: Game was enjoyable, It was definitely more of a children's game. I will admit that I am playing it years after it's initial release so taking that into context it probably deserves better than what I am giving, but in today's playground this game is pretty dated. Boring plot, easy game play but an altogether uplifting environment. Kind of like sleeping in on a sunday, maybe not that good.
Summary: Inventive, fun gameplay involves transforming into various cool, kooky creatures Plenty of variety will keep you guessing and entertained Drop-dead gorgeous visuals showcase the power of the Xbox 360 Beautifully composed orchestral score, as well as tons of amusing sound effects.
Summary: As a Launch title for the Xbox 360, it's a decent game. It's short and simple and even after jumping between more consoles during development then any other game, it turned out alright. The Puzzles and Game-play feel dated, but the game was originally intended for the Nintendo consoles where that kind of thing is still tolerated. The story is cheesy and the voice acting and overly epic music don't help this game feel like it's going for any audience at all.
Summary: Kameo's classic Rare. While Rare got criticism once moving to Microsoft, a few of their titles still kept that Rare charm intact. Kameo, for example, is one of them. Similar to other Rare titles, Kameo is full of charm. Great characters, a richly detailed world that's full of color, beautiful music, fun adventure gameplay with great variety from the elemental creature abilities, fantastic graphics, etc. Kameo's a beautiful game that deserved much more love.