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Cloudberry Kingdom

 

 

SCORE: 76

Cloudberry Kingdom 

 

Have you been reading about Cloudberry Kingdom on the Family Friendly Gaming website? I sure have. Let me tell you something, I am excited to play and review this side scrolling platform title. Cloudberry Kingdom is similar to an app since it has very short levels.

The real selling point for Cloudberry Kingdom is the randomly generated levels. The game also claims to tailor itself to your talents. Meaning it gets harder as you get better. There is one fatal flaw with this though. If you get stuck on a level, you are stuck.

What do I mean by that? I would breeze through levels, and then they got harder. Until I could not beat this level. I tried again and again. I died over and over again. I had to give up in that mode because I could never get past that level. It would have been awesome if Cloudberry Kingdom had given me a different easier level. Or made that level easier since I was stuck.

To be fair you can restart any chapter from the beginning. But who wants to go through twenty or more levels again? I sure don't. The graphics have a strange look to them in Cloudberry Kingdom. It fits the characters who have bad attitudes though. The other option is to eventually beat the level you are stuck on.

There is one goal in Cloudberry Kingdom. Get from the start of the level to the finish. Players can also collect all of the gems, but that is not required. It can be helpful in acquiring extra lives in the Arcade mode. Story mode is probably where most gamers will start out with. Especially if they want to know more about the characters in this downloadable game.

As I write this review I noticed an interesting discrepancy. The Ubisoft game page claims Cloudberry Kingdom is rated 'E10+', and the ESRB page claims it is rated 'T'. I saw a video that also had the 'T' rating on it so that is what I believe the rating is for Cloudberry Kingdom.

Up to four family members can play Cloudberry Kingdom. There are also leaderboards so you can see how you stack up with other players out there. If you are into that kind of thing. Cloudberry Kingdom has some rough edges, but all in all it is a fun (albeit not very inspired) side scrolling game. I wonder how it determines what to put into a level. Some I liked, and others I did not.
- Sam

 

Graphics: 73%
Sound: 68%
Replay/Extras: 90%
Gameplay: 79%
Family Friendly Factor: 70%

System: PS3/PC/Wii U/ Xbox 360(tested)
Publisher: Ubisoft
R
ating: 'T' - Teen
{Fantasy Violence, Suggestive Themes, Crude Humor}
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