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GF Rating
6.9

703 ratings

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GF Rating
9

Excellent

Great Game!

posted by nelics (MIDLOTHIAN, VA) Oct 4, 2009

Member since Oct 2009

4 out of 4 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Its a very good sequel to the original Klonoa. Im thinking of buying this game for myself. The gameplay is very fun. And the storyline is really good and interesting. I cant put the wiimote down when Im playing this game

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GF Rating
8

Very Good

Little Bit Mario + Little Bit Bandiccot= GOOD!!!!!

posted by miko25 (LARGO, FL) May 10, 2009

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Member since Nov 2004

2 out of 2 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I never played the original; so I cant compare. However; this one is very fun and the price is right. The 2.5D can get annoying and it is wierd to here the sonic voice in Klonoa but all in all it is a good game and worth checking out. The levels are short but replay value is there.

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GF Rating
7

Good

Klonoa: Not the easiest platformer

posted by JMichaud (BETHESDA, MD) May 9, 2009

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Member since Jan 2008

2 out of 3 gamers (67%) found this review helpful

In Klonoa, you are the title character, a strange looking boy. With his friend, a floating ghost like creature, you set off on a standard 2D platforming adventure to save his land from some evil guy and his army.
How to do that? With the power of a ring you get in the intro cut scene, you can catch some enemies, toss them about to hit other enemies, jump higher than usual or hit switches - the standard 2D platforming fare.
If you've played any other 2D platformer, than you know what you're in for in this game - go from one point to the other, make some jumps, solve simple puzzles, collect stuff, and defeat enemes. The controls are easy to learn.
Some level design elements are very good - for instance, knocking over platforms to get to the next part or hitting targets from a distance. The story is also good - for a video game.
But some level design elements are very bad; some of the jumps you'll have to make are very tough, and if you miss, Klonoa falls to his death and you'll have to start over from the last checkpoint (it's an alarm clock icon you hit). If you lose all your lives, you'll have to start the stage over from the beginning.
Good thing you can go back to the easier, earlier stages and stock up on lives before taking on the later stages.
Klonoa is a good 2D platformer - just watch out for some really rough spots. I say rent it first and try it, then decide if you want to buy it.

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