Submitted by OdaOda 861d ago | review

Vivid Gamer: Color Commando Review

It’s impossible to review the DSiWare game, Color Commando, fairly without considering that it’s the work of a single man with very limited resources. Unfortunately, it’s that limitation that shows in almost every aspect of the game, from its brevity to the slight lack of polish. To his credit however, Hugo Smits, creator of other DSiWare titles like Flipper and Ace Mathician, managed to make his heavily flawed title at the very least charming and colorful with a decent bit of challenge. (3DS, Color Commando, DSiWare, Nintendo DS) 5/10

TheLiztress  +   861d ago
It looks like a cute title. Though the issues are something that would turn me off from playing it much.
rrquinta  +   861d ago
Ugh, I hate when a game requires precision but the controls don't allow for it. That adds up to lots of frustration.
theherp80  +   861d ago
yeah if you're going to do a puzzle game with poor controls its going to get frustrating very quickly

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