Fairly average action adventure that will make you want better
Sigmund Freud, Amazon
19 June 2012
Summary: Kameo is action adventure game from a genre that's all to missing in this HD era of console. It plays very much like a platformer mixed with legend of Zelda adventure. But its linear in its central story with very little side activities aside from collecting extra items that you wont really need. The game for the most part is very accessible with the only difficulty curve being the controls for some of the elemental warrior.
Very pretty graphics, so-so attempts at a funny story
14 January 2010
Summary: kameo was a launch title for the 360 when it came out almost five years ago(hard to believe it has been that long huh?). With this in mind, plus how cheap the game is now, anywhere from five to ten bucks depending on shipping, the game is a very solid experience for children or "big kids" alike. The graphics are astounding to look at, although sometimes the camera can hinder the overall feel of the game.
Summary: At first the game may be weird but you will start to find it fun. Every thing about this game is fun. The characters are colorful and the gameplay is easy to control. The only thing is that the game is short but there are alot of things to do like finding fruit, helping others or going back to place to unlock stuff.
Summary: I think it's common knowledge these days that Rareware games have often had fairly complicated and somewhat bumpy development cycles. A lot of their games have hit the skids indefinitely, but some, despite jumping platforms, generations, and enduring numerous design changes, have eventually made it onto store shelves. From Star Fox Adventures to Perfect Dark Zero, it always seems to be a five year debacle.
Summary: Kameo is basically a new take on the new age Zelda games like ocarina of time, major's mask and twilight princess. There's a giant field area you can run around on a horse or similar animal, you have to finish dungeons to get new abilities to go to new dungeons, buy bigger bags to hold money, all together a very ocarina of time game.
Conclusion: Put very simply, if you're missing the days of The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, and haven't got a Nintendo to play it on, or indeed don't have access to Twilight Princess, then Kameo is the closest thing - and it's a decent alternative. Hugely enjoyable, well-paced, beautiful-looking game. Annoyingly short though - that is unless you're in it for the co-op multiplay, in which case you'll be happy with this rent.