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Our Users Say

Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.7
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.7
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.5
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.0
Overall User Score (6 votes) 3.5


Critic Reviews

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70
Gamesmania.de (Dec 17, 2003)
Die Steuerung geht einfach von der Hand, allerdings habt ihr ausser genau Springen auch nicht viel zu tun. Und hier liegt auch schon der Knackpunkt, denn für Jump&Run-Fans mag das leicht eintönige Gameplay genau richtig sein. Die große Masse der Spieler wird man allerdings nicht vor den Bildschirm locken können.
70
Jeuxvideo.com (Oct 15, 2003)
La capitale de l'Enfer vous ouvre ses portes mais s'il est tentant d'y pénétrer, n'en oublions pas pour autant que quelques pièges vous y attendent. Un gameplay possédant des lacunes, une aventure se finissant un peu trop vite et finalement un jeu ayant vieilli. Mais si le bilan peut sembler médiocre, il reste tout de même un titre techniquement surprenant pour une console portable et un bon petit jeu de plates-formes, non indispensable mais très agréable.
66
IGN (Oct 07, 2003)
Pandemonium has its shining moments when it comes to fun, reflex driven jumping and fun N-Gage Arena play, but is harbored by its limited field of vision. It takes advantage of the N- Gage's graphical capabilities with its array of colorful levels, but left us unsatisfied in the audio department. Pandemonium would be a good choice for hardcore platforming fanatics looking for a little mindless but fun jumping action, but warrants a trial-rent for others.
60
Dans l’ensemble, l’aventure est très classique : on avance, on saute, on rebondit sur les dizaines de monstres qui nous barrent la route... Et parfois, pour rompre une certaine monotonie qui s’installe, on se transforme en dragon ou en tortue. Alors finalement, ce Pandemonium, un bon divertissement sur N-Gage ? A petit prix, oui, voire d’occasion !
60
Defunct Games (Jun 10, 2007)
Pandemonium has its shining moments when it comes to fun, reflex driven jumping and fun N-Gage Arena play, but is harbored by its limited field of vision. It takes advantage of the N- Gage's graphical capabilities with its array of colorful levels, but left me unsatisfied in the audio department. Pandemonium would be a good choice for hardcore platforming fanatics looking for a little mindless but fun jumping action, but warrants a trial from others.
60
GameSpy (Oct 06, 2003)
While Pandemonium! may not set the world of fire, and doesn't have the franchise recognition of a Lara Croft or Sonic, it's certainly got potential legs on the N-Gage. Sonic may be faster paced, but Pandemonium! trumps him with pseudo-3D beauty and multiplayer as well. Here's hoping it picks up a few fans, at last, seven years after its PSone release.
44
GameSpot (Oct 09, 2003)
Pandemonium didn't exactly set the world on fire when it was originally released, and the N-Gage version certainly won't get things blazing seven years later. While the multiplayer is an interesting addition, the dull gameplay and muddy graphics make this game one to skip.
40
Pandemonium visar klart och tydligt att det har ett antal år på nacken, i uttryckets allra sämsta bemärkelse. Det enda som talar för spelet i dess nuvarande tappning är den tvåspelarmöjlighet som tillåter dig att tävla mot en kompis om vem som först tar sig igenom en bana. Men eftersom banorna inte är särskilt spännande i sig blir även detnöjet kortvarigt. En bra konvertering blir aldrig ett bra spel om inte förlagan var det.
30
Maybe a small child can appreciate the candy-coated fantasy world of Pandemonium!, but a kid that age probably isn't going to ask for a N-Gage to play it on regardless. With all the Mario and Sonic games out there, taking the role of a court jester named Fargus doesn't sound very appealing in the face of competition either. Time wasn't kind to this one.