TerRover Review (RunDLC)

TerRover has the makings of a quality video game, or at least it would seem that way. The controls are responsive, the hero’s adorable and the stylish graphics remind us at times of Sony’s PixelJunk Shooter. Going in, we saw no foreseeable reason why it wouldn’t be a shining gem in the PS3’s lineup, but after several hours of play, this title doesn’t have what it takes.

John Artest (RunDLC)

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cruncher_203428d ago (Edited 3428d ago )

I totally disagree with this review and suggest you to play the demo to make your own opinion...

I mean, this game is not perfect but who cares... I had been stuck many time and yes sometime this game become frustrating but when a challenge is in front of you, you have two choices...

1. Like this reviewer, you cry like a baby and find an easy game because you don't play for challenge, you play for wining ... (if you are in this category, don't try demon's soul one of the best game on ps3)

2. Accept the fact that sometime, challenge bring frustration but when you succeed, you are just happier because you know that a lot of people already gave up because it's too tough !

I say, try it !!! It's a small gems in this gaming world !