Dewy's Adventure Pro Reviews
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Dewy's Adventure Reviews7
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|Digital Chumps||5.6/10||Mar 23 '08|
|EuroGamer||7/10||Nov 26 '07|
|Game Freaks 365||6.2/10||Nov 06 '07|
|GameDaily||8/10||Oct 12 '07|
|GameSpot||6.0/10||Oct 08 '07|
|Gamespy||3.5/5||Oct 12 '07|
|IGN Wii||6.8/10||Oct 16 '07|
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"A year ago, when the Wii launched to incredible success, a few third parties were at the front of the action. Ubisoft had a massive presence, THQ, Activision had Call of Duty 3. Where were the Japanese publishers for this Japanese system? Clearly the Wii, with it's innovative controller, could be used in imaginative ways by developers. Konami's only release on Wii was a much talked about game called Elebits that never fully delivered. Like Konami's last major Wii release, Dewy's Adventure fails to deliver."
"Dewy's Adventure is too cute for adults and too frustrating for kids."
"Dewy's Adventure has all the conceptual makings of a great platformer, but in the end the developer's ambition has fallen short of that goal due in large to the title's control scheme, which never feels tight and responsive and always feels slow and occasionally even unpredictable. Were the game's controls as simple as its premise, we'd have a perfect match, but as it stands this is an endeavor whose presentation is too cute and cuddly for most older players and whose gameplay mechanics will deter younger ones. This is not to say that Dewy is a complete mess, because that simply isn't true at all, either. Indeed, if you're an able gamer who can somehow resist the temptation to cringe at the effort's rudimentary storyline and heavy-handed dialog, or embrace its rainbow-colored tone, you will find clever level designs and puzzles in place, not to mention some truly flashy, stylized graphics. We certainly admire the developer's intentions here we just wish the whole package meshed better."