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90
Numerous minigames and difficult objectives abound, yet the most satisfaction is garnered through the interaction with Moigle. You just can’t help but laugh at his highly animated and overly vocal actions. With innovative gameplay, striking visuals, and witty story breaks, this is a must for any action/adventure fan. It’s a tad short, but well worth the $20 price point.
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IGN (Jul 30, 2001)
Ultimately, the big downfall will be its length and once again, it's not some unfunny joke told my Hoigle ¿ you can really beat this game in about an hour. SEGA has realized this and priced it quite reasonably ($19.99) but even then, there raises the question of replayability. Sure, you can get online and trade Moigles with different skillsets and costumes, and there's that monthly download you can get as well. Still, many gamers will turn down this fantastic cartoony title because of its short length and that's a very valid reason. But for what it is, Floigan Brothers is a fantastic experiment and experience and hopefully, unlike some cartoons, we'll see more episodes of the zany duo that will hopefully last a bit longer.
82
Just about the time you’ve finally mastered getting him to go do what you want, the game comes to an end. However, the short game time doesn’t change the fact that Floigan Bros. is a unique experience that I think many gamers will enjoy. I know I did. Plus, you can go online to download new game elements every month.
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neXGam (Dec 27, 2009)
Ein hervorragendes Spiel für jüngere Dreamcast-Zocker. Kinder werden die lustigen Akteure und die grelle Cartoon-Grafik sofort lieben und viel Spaß mit den beiden Floigan-Brüdern haben. Wenn man allerdings ein wenig erfahrener ist und seinen Controller blind beherrscht, erweist sich das Game schnell als Mogelpackung. Hinter der tollen Optik, dem genialen Sound und der witzigen Story versteckt sich ein Grundprinzip, das nicht gerade durch Spieltiefe glänzt. Auch die Langzeitmotivation bleibt schnell auf der Strecke, denn Floigan Brothers ist viel zu kurz. Da die PAL-Version nicht übersetzt wurde, verliert das Spiel noch mehr an Reiz, weil kleine Kinder hierzulande in der Regel der englischen Sprache nicht mächtig sind.
72
SegaFan.com (Apr 07, 2002)
Decepción, es la primera palabra que se me viene a la mente a la hora de valorarlo, no por la calidad del juego considerada aisladamente, que es más que digna, si no por todo lo que rodeo durante meses a este título, sobre todo al otro lado del Atlántico, del que incluso se llegó a decir que sería para Sega lo que Mario para Nintendo. En España es lo más parecido a una aventura gráfica que se puede encontrar para Dreamcast, ya que Stupid Invaders no se pasó por aquí, por lo tanto es la única opción para los que gusten de este género y no es mala, simplemente, es corta.
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Gaming Target (Aug 20, 2001)
Floigan Brothers is Sega doing what they do best; it’s them trying different things and revolutionizing the industry. Unfortunately, this attempt doesn’t live up to the likes of Crazy Taxi and Jet Grind Radio. The gameplay seems to be jumbled at a lot of times and the overall fun factor just isn’t high enough, and don’t forget about the insanely short playtime. I would say that it is worth a purchase though, twenty bucks isn’t much to ask for this fairly enjoyable gaming experience. Plus, it’s a SEGA!, so you must buy it.
70
SEGA-Portal.de (Sep 21, 2009)
Floigan Brothers ist ein äußerst kurzweiliges Spiel. Die cartoonartige Technik und der tolle Humor verleihen dem Titel viel Charme. Spielerisch wird genügend Abwechslung geboten, wenn man auch über die Substanz und den Tiefgang ein wenig streiten kann. Das Geschicklichkeitsspiel ist allerdings auch eher für die etwas Jüngeren gedacht. So sind Rätsel nie zu kompliziert. Nur die fehlende Lokalisierung könnte eine Hürde sein. Leider ist die amüsante Story schon nach ca. 4 Stunden geschafft. Für den Vollpreis ist das wirklich viel zu wenig. Wenn man’s billig bekommt (wie ich), stört man sich an der kurze Spielzeit aber gar nicht so sehr! Schade nur, dass der Titel hierzulande so spät erschien. Ich hätte gerne Mal weitere Episoden der beiden durchgeknallten Brüder gezockt!
70
Defunct Games (Oct 07, 2006)
With a premise that feels as though it were DESIGNED to be later replicated as a video game, The Floigan Brothers should have been so much more. While the child inside, underneath, sitting next to, or in the other room of (respectively) us should get at least a little kick out of it the first time through, the tedious core elements prevent it from being a classic. It still has a fun, sordid history, and is a great title to add to one's collection. It "coulda been a contender" but will, unfortunately, never give Mario and crew a run for their money.
65
GameSpy (Aug, 2001)
Floigan Bros. sets a standard for AI programming, and is a good game if you like raising and training virual pets, but the storyline didn't keep me interested. And let's not forget how short the game is. Don't be surprised if you complete the game in one sitting.
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Planet Dreamcast (Aug 08, 2001)
So for $19.99 you can pick up a good game for the kids that they can enjoy, and that you can play through for the short time it takes to finish it. Though there are many great things present in Floigan Bros., it will take a sequel to really flesh them all out.
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Jeuxvideo.com (Dec 06, 2001)
Bilan mitigé pour ce titre qui distraira facilement les amateurs de cartoons loufoques, mais qui avouera trop vite ses limites à cause de sa courte durée de vie. Impossible de ne pas sanctionner également l'absence de mode deux joueurs et l'absence totale de traduction.
60
If you’re looking for an entertaining experience on your Dreamcast at a fairly low price, Floigan Bros: Episode One might just be the perfect game for you. As far as entertainment goes, it bundles together a slick presentation, high-caliber voice acting, a groovy musical score and the madcap sensibilities that have made Looney Toons and other Saturday morning staples favorites throughout the years. If, however, you’re in the mood for a challenging title that requires you to use your brain and provides hours of the same entertainment, you’ll find yourself sorely disappointed by this truncated release. Too short by far to really engross the player and about half as challenging as it should have been, the Floigans have a lot of work to do if they want to bring players back to their second game. Ideal as a rental, Floigan Bros: Episode One is only a must-buy for parents with small kids or those who absolutely adore cartoons.
60
Eurogamer.net (UK) (Jan 04, 2002)
The biggest problem the game faces though is how ridiculously short it is. Clearly aimed at younger gamers, Floigan takes little over an hour to complete. That's shorter than most movies, which makes Floigan Brothers a decent rental if you can find it, but otherwise worth missing. It costs less than most games, but you would expect that for something released on the Dreamcast in this day and age. There is online support to swap different skills and costumes, and there is the promise of continued downloads from Sega to consider, but the game has very little longevity to start with, and unless Sega intends to offer new adventures every month, we can't see this helping a great deal. Pick it up in a bargain bin when it costs a fiver, or buy it for a younger relative, but don't expect another Mario. Laugh out loud funny though Floigan Brothers can be at times, it's far too short to be taken seriously.
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GameSpot (Aug 07, 2001)
Sega is no stranger to taking risks. Over the life span of the Dreamcast, Sega has released some of the most daring, innovative, and genuinely fun software of modern console gaming. Games like Shenmue, Jet Grind Radio, and Phantasy Star Online have, if nothing else, proven Sega's willingness to think outside the box. Of course, this risk-taking doesn't always pay off as one would hope, and sometimes the audacious vision lacks focus. Floigan Brothers, the latest from Sega Sports collaborator Visual Concepts, most definitely falls into the latter category. There are hints of inspiration throughout, with the game sporting some good-looking visuals, a catchy soundtrack, and a distinct sense of style. But the game's length, uneven gameplay, and atrocious camera negate these virtues.
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Power Unlimited (Feb, 2002)
Sega is een ster in het leveren van originele games maar dit keer resulteert dit eens niet in een spel dat de moeite waard is.