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PSX Extreme (Dec 24, 2000)
Donald Duck Goin' Quackers is quite the good adventure game, especially for youngsters. It got very imaginative gameplay that will keep children occupied for hours, but the replay value isn't what you would call Crash: Warped or Final Fantasy, instead it's more like Metal Gear Solid without a single cut-scene. Albeit, never the less Donald Duck's videogame is one amusing game to play, its got bright and cartoony graphics, with some Crash Bandicoot-esque gameplay mixed into a Disney package, this is probably the best Disney game to hit store shelves since Toy Story 2, way to go team Ubi Soft!
Wow, Quack Attack really surprised me. Most other Disney tie-in\'s (Dinosaur, Mulan) fall way short of the mark when it comes down to computer games and are often considered to be an \'easy cash-in\'. Donald Duck steps into the shoes normally worn by Crash Bandicoot for a platform game that has all the fun and frustrations usually associated with this genre.
IGN (Oct 25, 2000)
Short but sweet, Donald Duck in Goin' Quackers is a strong buy for kids. I remember how many times I used to play through platformers when I was in diapers (I'm proud to say I've been wearing big boy pants for two years now). With that in mind, I'm sure children ages six years and up will milk a lot of use out of this game. They've got good reason to. Although it may be on the quick and easy side, it's got all the right stuff.
Although largely derivative of Crash Bandicoot, Goin' Quackers for PlayStation is a surprisingly entertaining game that packs quite a bit of challenge considering its target market. I would have scored it even higher had the developers been able to better capture the essence of Donald. For a game based on an animated character, there is a surprising lack of animation – and where are the voice-overs?
Video Games (Dec, 2000)
Wenn ihr dieses Spiel unbedingt haben wollt und zwischen zwei Systemen wählen könnt, dann greift lieber zu N64-Version. Dank Expansion-Pak und deutlich griffigerer Steuerung kommt da wenigstens noch für kurze Zeit so etwas wie Spaß auf. Auf der PlayStation gefällt mir neben dem lahmen Gameplay nicht mal mehr die Präsentation sonderlich.
60 (Dec 15, 2000)
Donald Couak Attack reprend le principe de Crash Bandicoot, sans apporter aucune originalité. Moins drôle que le titre de Naughty Dog, ce soft se termine assez rapidement pour peu que l'on ne soit pas rebuté par la difficulté.
GameSpot (Dec 06, 2000)
Children will enjoy the lively adventures of Donald Duck, and some of those who enjoyed the DuckTales animated series will want to check out Goin' Quackers. Those who want a deeper, more satisfying platform adventure should probably save this for a weekend rental.
Gamekult (Dec 18, 2000)
Donald "[email protected] [email protected] ?!" est un jeu en tout point similaire à Crash Bandicoot 3 : Warped. Même principe, même déroulement, jouabilité quasi identique, bref, seul le héros semble avoir changé de tête, le charisme de Donald n'ayant d'ailleurs pas grand-chose à envier à celui de son coyote de rival. Sur des bases simples et efficaces, Donald "[email protected] [email protected] ?!" impose une atmosphère très cartoon qui ne pourra qu'enchanter les plus jeunes et satisfaire les amateurs de défilement fixe des jeux de plates-formes très classiques. Les joueurs en quête d'innovations seront par contre plus que déçus par le manque d'originalité et le gameplay trop simpliste.