Game Central writes: "I can't remember the last time PC gamers saw a mainstream platformer. Actually I can. But still, how many platformers are released nowadays? You could argue casual Flash games and whatnot count, but I'm talking of the standard side-scrolling platformer; the ones we old PC gamers can attest to buying and playing, such as Commander Keen, Earthworm Jim, and Duke Nukem. With the advancement of computers, it seems wholly appropriate that these style of games are "outdated" for today's gamers. The only way for developers to get this genre back to fruition is to reinvent the platform game wheel."