Dr. Muto User Reviews
Looks can be dicieving.When I first looked at the box, i thought, Why do i wanna play about some old man?And after 2 minutes, i was addicted, and still am now. This game is very long, so I'd laugh if someone says it's short. There are lots of challenges and things to collect. Nice graphics, also. The worlds here, have been very well thought out, and are a nice addition to the game.Places like the junkyard and The furnaces have something unique in them, like different fauna and gadgets.Wacky morphs and unusual gadgets are very useful,and a wide variaty of items are also in mind, here.The mus...
Good game play, graphical imagery and storylineThe bad:
The camera movement, at times can be problematic for a gamer not use to games like spyro the dragon. The camera leaves the player controlled character when the player attempt to run into places expecially when you switch your DNA to the mutant dog.Summary:
The game over all is good and fantastic despite the failures. With this mistakes however they might make some improvements in the next Dr. Muto sequel. I hate to say this but what was he thinking to destroy the whole world (just being cheesy). Well the character Dr. Muto is a new scientist after Thomas Edison, who claims to be inventing a new machine but catastrophically, the product malfunctioned and therefore destroyed the whole world living particles in other parts of the world such as mars, Jupi.. You know the rest.
This game is OK, but it won't make it to the top like other most awaited...
Interesting missions to collect Terra.
Lots of interesting places to go and fun to seek and hiding places for isotopes.
Many times where it is great fun solving the puzzle on how to complete a mission.
Many places where a lot of hard work is done and too many places to die without enough checkpoints.
Almost impossible to swing as the Gorilla. The release point must be much too accurate and again there are far too few checkpoints.
Many places where there are far too many bad guys too survive the attacks to collect all isotopes let alone complete the mission.
This game is interesting but can be extremely frustrating at times. I enjoy platforming games and think I am pretty good at them. I mastered Jak and Daxter and completed Ratchet and Clank without using the RYNO until the very last battle. I am also greatly opposed to using cheat codes, but have found myself using the cheat code to avoid damage just so I can get through some of the harder places in the game without dieing a thousand times over. Also, the user manual seems to be a must as the walkthrough and the forum seem unable to provide direction to a lot a places and the game itself ...