Excerpt: I remember back during the Nintendo 64, and some journalists suggesting that 2D games were dead. Well all these years later, and 2D games like Rocket Knight are not only released, but they thrive. Konami has revived this franchise, and I for one am happy to see it.
Summary: " Rocket Knight " is a decent little game. It looks and plays great, but it’s pretty pricey and really very short. It’s a great game that I’d recommend you play, but at the same time I’d probably wait until the game goes on sale for it to be a truly worthwhile purchase- at 800 points or less, you’d...
Excerpt: Where is the anthropomorphised hero these days? Skinned and draped round the latest generic space marine no doubt; the muscle head grunting and flexing, cursing at girls while blowing large chunks out of muddy environments with equally brown enemies.
Conclusion: This game is a blast while it lasts. If you are like me and have been dying for a new Rocket Knight game, you will be very satisfied. If you enjoy games like NSMBW and Sonic 4, you will really enjoy Rocket Knight. The major thing against rocket knight is the cost.
Excerpt: During the early ’90s, gamers of the 16-bit era were subject to an onslaught of anthropomorphic mascots in which game companies wanted to cash in on Sonic the Hedgehog’s success. This era was the one where all the animal mascots had that ‘tude quality, where they did their best to fit in with the...
Conclusion: This is a remarkable example of a series reboot, which remains faithful to the source material while making changes that increased its enjoyment tenfold. I recommend this game to anyone who has ever enjoyed a platformer in their life.
Conclusion: This game is a lot of fun and I really enjoyed playing it. While you can tell a lot of hard work has gone into the game the cost for the amount of time you get out of it may be prohibitive to most people.