Reviews and Problems with Kameo: Elements of Power
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It was ok for 2005 make game ...felt like a proof of concept to me.
Stephen C "Astronomy Domine", Amazon
31 May 2010
Summary: I cannot say anthing was wrong with Kameo. It plays nice, the controls were not too complex, the textures were nice. Put it it just not my type of game. Puzzles were way too easy, the screen frame rate made me ill sometimes. I never really felt lost in the game, but I was never really enthralled by it either. IT was kind of boring. My youngest daughter (11) liked it more than I did.
Summary: When I first started playing this, I was having fun. But as the game goes on, it almost gets confusing because you have to keep switching characters and doing this and that with them. Some of the characters outright SUCK and are very difficult to control while others are enjoyable. Overall I would say that it's an okay game to play. Wouldn't pay full price though.
Summary: The game has its good and bad points like many. The controls for some of the warriors are not very well done due to not being very fluid and can cause a few deaths along the way. The graphics especially for a xbox 360 launch game are amazing especially the very large battles that you wont see in many other games. The games length is decent for an action/platforming title the average gamer can most likely complete the game in 10hours or so.
Summary: Kameo is an alright game except for the fact that most of the charaters cant jump.Deep blue is a charater that I had trouble controling which was very annoying during a boss battle.The graphics are good,its an ok game I woudnt say its great.
Conclusion: Kameo is a very good game if your under 10 years old if your any older than that you will find the game's challenges a little on the easy side. Dont get me wrong its beautiful eyecandy, the colours are bright the characters are fun but the gameplay is a bit linear. Great if your not looking for anything taxing.
Conclusion: Hmm,Rare,you are naughty guys,this is a good game,but i remember you for classics like Banjo Kazooie,Goldeneye or even(showing my age here) Jetpac,this game reminded a bit of Grabbed by the ghoulies,come on...do a revamp of some of the old Ultimate play the game classics(maybe on xbox live arcade perhaps,make an old 'un very happy!
Conclusion: A fun, if short game. Graphically one of the best looking games available at launch for the Xbox 360. Little in the way of original gameplay, but still enjoyable. Unfortunately there is no progression of difficulty through the game and the last boss is as easily defeated as the first. Worthy of inserting in your rental queue if you don't already own the title. If you're into gamerscore there are 700 easy points available here and 300 not so easy ones.
Summary: Rare is still very much Rare: inspiration is taken from multiple sources, a solid-but-unspectacular game is built on that inspiration, every imaginable color and graphical effect is dumped on top of it, and everyone is given an awful pun for a name.
Summary: Kameo: Elements of Power is an acceptable game for it's time. Nevertheless, a few things hold it down: -Gamecube graphics running on an HD console; -It doesn't know exactly if it wants to be for kids or for adults; -Awkward control scheme;