VideoGameCritic wrote:I can't believe it's been over 20 years since Star Wars Episode I!!
Let's hear your thoughts on these new GBC reviews.
Oh nuts, it HAS been 20 years since Star Wars went down the Prequel Path...
On Obi Wan's Adventures, I liked the aesthetics graphically, but about everything else was just average action fare. The music left no real impression (which could be a good thing, as I don't recall wanting to mute the game constantly). The game actually makes me think of a very watered down version of the GBA Jedi Power Battles, which could be good or bad. Not the worst portable Star Wars game (Hello Flight of the Falcon and Episode II GBA...), but far from good.
Rayman GBC is easily the weakest released version of the original Rayman in every respects, but still a decent platformer in its own right. As far as portable versions go, the GBA version and DSiWare versions are easily far superior, and the only version that would technically rate worse in my eyes would be the SNES Prototype, but that is on technicality, as the SNES version is very incomplete and unpolished. Again, still a decent platformer for the system, and far better than some of the licensed trash on the GBC and even on the GBA.