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BurgerTime World Tour is one of those video games I am so glad to see. There is so much deep history in the video game industry. It is great to see a developer give an older franchise an update. BurgerTime World Tour is in some ways a re-imagining of the original BurgerTime. The core of the game is the same, but so many modern innovations have been brought to the franchise.

The core of BurgerTime has always been a good one. Players build burgers by running over the giant pieces to have them fall to the next level below. Eventually the player has built the hamburger, and can move on to the next level. BurgerTime World Tour does not bore players to tears with just that though. There are many enemies who will try and get into your way. One touch and you lose a life. Things can be picked up and thrown at them, or pepper can be used to disable them.

I love it when a game provides me with a non-violent choice. The whole pepper disability makes me smile. Imagine someone coming after you, and you throw pepper at them. They start sneezing so you can get past them. Too many developers have forgotten about things like this after spending so many years on murder simulators.

The graphics are okay in BurgerTime World Tour. They are not the best on the Xbox 360, but they are also not the worst. In some ways BurgerTime World Tour looks more like a Wii game to me. Yes Family Friendly Gaming was provided the download code for the Xbox 360. There is some visual humor to this game as the player's chef is in competition with another cook.

The music in BurgerTime World Tour makes me think of fun. Which is needed because BurgerTime World Tour can become difficult. The farther you go the more burgers you have to make. The creators of BurgerTime World Tour are amazing at how they designed the levels. Some are easy to traverse, whereas others take a lot of effort to get to a certain spot.

There are fifty levels in the four challenging worlds of BurgerTime World Tour. Please note the Wii version only has thirty levels. So if you want the full effect and have multiple systems you will want to check it out on the PS3 or Xbox 360. Expect a challenge too. BurgerTime World Tour is not one of those games that you will walk right on through. It will challenge you, and after only a few levels.

I enjoyed playing BurgerTime World Tour. I never felt like the computer was cheating, or it was too difficult. I felt like I could do it next time. I also appreciated how it kept my progress after losing a life. That was until I got the GAME OVER screen. I appreciate how players are allowed a non-violent choice in the game play.

It was an honor for me to play and review BurgerTime World Tour. This downloadable game pays homage to the past, and brings it to the present. If you enjoyed BurgerTime years ago, then you should check this game out. If you like games that are ultimately large mazes of cat and mouse, then you should check out BurgerTime World Tour. I hope to see MonkeyPaw Games bring more older titles up to the modern gaming era.
- Paul


Graphics: 71%
Sound: 79%
Replay/Extras: 83%
Gameplay: 85%
Family Friendly Factor: 78%
System: Wii/Xbox 360/PS3
Publisher: Konami
Developer: MonkeyPaw Games
ESRB Rating:
‘E’ - Everyone
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