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Contrairement à Kileak the Blood, un jeu du même genre, Space Griffon a une excellente durée de vie!
Respectable graphics and sounds fashion convincing sci-fi environments and your cool mech suit fights viciously. Space Griffon's addictive, intriguing combination of mech combat and strategic exploration isn't for everyone, though.
As one of the first Playstation games released last year, Space Griffon was an impressive game - we'd never seen 3-D like this before. Unfortunately, your probably have seen 3-D like this in the form of Jumping Flash! or Kileak...and it's better. Now all Griffon has to rely on is it's gameplay and a cool plot. Though the going often gets tedious, clanking around through never-ending dull gray metal, the storyline constantly keeps you intrigued. If you have a lot of time on your hands, I recommend Griffon.
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The graphics are fairly bland, yet crisp and the scrolling is average. It does, however, hold interest longer than both of the aforementioned titles, so maybe it will appeal to some people out there. I guess we'll just have to wait and see.
Why? Why do these games keep being made? Do publishers see these games and say, "Well, it certainly looks like crap, but maybe the kids will like it?" Who knows. Luckily, you've got us here to make sure you don't waste your hard-earned money on weak games.