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Depois de uma estreia em grande na PlayStation, o crocodilo mais charmoso de sempre chegou à consola da Sega. Lá se foi um bom motivo para fazer pirraça aos amigos...
All in all, Croc is a decent 3D platform game. Nothing to write home about, but nothing to dismiss either. If you like platform games, then this is a good bet. If you don't, go buy some blood and guts fighting game. Do be warned: This game is excessively cute. If the Care Bears make you cringe and the Smurfs make you lose your lunch, you will not like this game. Don't say I didn't warn you . .
Despite the fact that the gameplay is repetitious, I think Croc is an entertaining way to spend a day or two. Intermediate gamers may appreciate that the game is of a challenge low enough that they'll be able to finish it. If the videogame supplier nearest you is having a fire sale on Saturn software I think I'd pick this up. Sometimes it's nice to drift in the mindlessness of a cartoon.
Avec ses personnages adorables et sa montagne de niveaux à parcourir, Croc est un bon petit jeu de plates-formes qui a de quoi ravir les fans du genre. Néanmoins, sa prise en main difficile risque d’en rebuter certains, lassés de tomber dans le vide à cause d’un mouvement mal réalisé.
Croc held my interest back in the day by being an endearing little guy with a backpack full of dreams and a single husk tooth that rivaled Jewel's. The world was immense by the limited standards of the 32-bit days of yore, and the controls were surprisingly adequate and forgivable. Today, the world is still fairly large, but I cannot recommend this insipid and hardly intuitive control scheme, adorable as the main character may be.
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If you want a standard platformer with poor controls, Croc: Legend of the Gobbos is the Saturn game for you. I have not played the PlayStation version, so I can not say if it is any better, but I have to believe that the controls would at least be an improvement. This is just a game that goes to show why the Nintendo 64 was a more successful system than the Saturn.