I don't like this feeling..... Gargoyles was one of my favourite cartoons when I was a kid. It was so awesome. I had no idea they made a game!
I don't like this feeling..... Gargoyles was one of my favourite cartoons when I was a kid. It was so awesome. I had no idea they made a game![/QUOTE]
Looks like we agree on things that aren't related to Nintendo or the PSP. I bought the game last summer and didn't know it existed before then either. It's pretty fun, and it actually starts out like the show with you in the past and the humans coming under attack. I'll have to plug it in again soon and try to make it through it.
I keep going to buy the Gargoyles DVDs, but I'm afraid it'll be like He-Man and I'll hate it now that I'm older. It could be like Astroboy though and I'll find it much darker now that I'm older. I remember Gargoyles being pretty deep (especially considering it has a beauty and the beast story where beauty falls for the beast and he doesn't turn human or anything. Nope, the beautiful woman just ends up with the big, ugly, night dwelling bat monster).
For the most part, I agree with the review for Ballz 3-D for Genesis. I actually found the music to be funny because it is so strange. The gameplay is pretty bad though. The critic seems to hate the games by P.F. Magic (Ballz 3-D and Paatank) because they get F's. I would have given Ballz 3-D a D-. Did you know that there is a Ballz 3-D game called Ballz: The Directors Cut for 3DO that is pretty much like the Genesis game with 3DO improvements.
I owned a copy of Gargoyles once, but it stopped working on me. Every time I would start the game up I would see a blank screen, even though the music played. I threw the game away, purchased a new one, and had the exact same problem. All of my other Genesis games work, so I was wondering if this is unique to this game. Any tips or info.?
- Marina Sirtis (Counsellor Deanna Troi on ST: TNG) as the morally ambiguous Demona
- Jonathan Frakes (Commander William Riker on ST: TNG) as David Xanatos, who also bears a resemblance to the actor
- Kate Mulgrew (Captain Kathryn Janeway on Voyager) as Titania
- Michael Dorn (Lieutenant Worf on both ST: TNG and ST: DS9 and Colonel Worf on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country) as Coldstone and Taurus
- Brent Spiner (Commander Data, Lore, Noonien Soong, on ST: TNG, B4 on Star Trek: Nemesis, and Arik Soong on Star Trek: Enterprise) as Puck
- Nichelle Nichols (Commander Uhura on ST: TOS) as Diane Maza
- David Warner (St. John Talbot on Star Trek V: The Final Frontier and Klingon Chancellor Gorkon on Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country) as the Archmage
- Paul Winfield (Captain Clark Terrell on Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Tamarian Captain Dathon on ST: TNG episode Darmok) as Jeffrey Robbins
- Avery Brooks (Captain Benjamin Sisko on ST: DS9) as Nokkar (guest star)
- Colm Meaney (Miles O'Brien on ST: TNG and ST: DS9) (guest star)
- LeVar Burton (Geordi La Forge on ST: TNG) as Anansi (guest star)
- John Rhys-Davies (Leonardo da Vinci on Voyager) as Macbeth
"..is this the same game on gameboy?" NO! That GB game you are thinking of is GARGOYLES QUEST, based on the "red demomon" character in GHOSTS N' GOBLINS (NES)...never played it but heard it was an action RPG....
[QUOTE=Alienblue]Both the Gargoyles show and Genesis game were awsome! I wish they still made cartoons like that! It had a deffinite BATMAN:ANIMATED feel to it![/QUOTE]
If you liked batman WB has a new batman going on, never watched it though.