Spawn Kill Review: Diner Dash 5

Spawn Kill's Rebecca "CuatroChihuahuas" Quintana writes, "I'm not afraid to admit it: while I love a good 'serious' JRPG any day, I also enjoy many so-called 'casual' games like Diner Dash and Cake Mania. So when I got the opportunity to review Flo's latest culinary outing, Diner Dash 5: Boom!, I jumped at the chance. It'd been a while since I'd last played Diner Dash: Hometown Hero, and my clicking finger was itching for another go of frantic arcade-style fun. How does this latest installment pan out?"

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K-Tuck3774d ago

I think there is such thing as a game that is too hectic.

tigresa3774d ago

You're wrong K-Tuck! These games are perfect for passing time and flexin' the reflexes. How could they make it less frenetic?! Adding too much isn't always a good thing. :(

Heart1lly3774d ago

I was thinking about buying this game, but I'm so glad I decided to hold off on doing that, now. I think I'll pick up one of the more challenging titles instead. Thanks for saving me some money!

rrquinta3774d ago

Yeah, if you really want a challenge and haven't played it yet, I highly recommend Hometown Hero... and it looks like they have new levels you can buy after you finish the main game. It is the most challenging of the series, at least in my opinion. I'm actually replaying it right now, and it's kinda refreshing after DD5.

ihaten4glol3774d ago

My mom would love this even if it was fatally flawed.