by Hokum on Monday, January 21, 2002
This has it's ups and downs. Basically, it is Q*Bert in most of his glory - gameplay wise, and should do the trick for fans of the game. On the other hand, many complain that it doesn't have the *feel* of a good Q*Bert translation. For one, the sounds and graphics are not arcade-perfect (and they were very simple, so theres no reason for this). Q*Bert looks a little off and he doesn't make that famous thumping noise when he hits a square. In fact, his gravity is a little too *loose*. But all in all, this is good enough to enjoy if you like the game, just flawed in presentation, mainly.
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