What the hell, Patterson?
What incredible graphics...for the NES.
In your typical side scroller, Patterson takes you on an awesome adventure with Daniel X: The Ultimate Power, for the DSi. Watch as Daniel does things like...turn into a soccer ball!
And turn into a bird!
What the fuck.
Anyways...This game just looks...weird. First off, any game where you can turn into a soccer ball seems kind of...well, lame. What kind of power is that?
Not to mention the whole eagle thing...ick.
The graphics leave something to be desired-seriously, I've seen better graphics on Ipod games.
Moving on to more important matters...
I can't really judge it without playing it, but from what I understand it's just like every other side scroller out there. You run around, push boxes, hit a bunch of grunts, collect power ups, etc. It doesn't have any revolutionary new things you can do-you can presumably make things, not that that's been emphasized, and hit people with, suprise, button mashing repete attacks. It's all just run of the mill. Oh, and you solve puzzles too-how original.
Apparently, you can beat your enemies with speed, strength, and wits. Yeah. No comment.
One of the most emphasized features is that you can use your DSi camera to take pictures of people and determine if they're aliens or not.
I get that it's for kids and all, but it costs twenty dollars. Twenty freaking dollars. My opinion might be biased, but I don't think it's worth that much-even for a kid. It might have been a big hit twenty years ago, but the problem is that it's being released now-in this modern era, games like that just don't cut it.
I haven't played it, so I might be wrong, but I think that the best thing to do would be to rent it-at the very most. For a day.
((Most information and pics are from Gamefly. Please don't sue.))
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