Ethan: Meteor Hunter Reviews (PlayStation 3)
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Gaming Age (Nov 07, 2013)
Really, though, the game’s looks are secondary to its chief purpose — which, essentially, is to kill you repeatedly and then dare you to keep trying. I won’t say that the game didn’t defeat me, because it very clearly and obviously did, but I can guarantee that if you’re looking for one of those absurdly hard games to fill your time until Dark Souls 2 comes out next year, this might be a good option.
MAN!AC (Dec 17, 2013)
Der Ersteindruck ist ernüchternd bis unspektakulär: Ein Polygonnager hüpft zu unaufdringlicher Musik durch moderat bunte Szenarien aha. Zum Glück helfen Ethans Telekinese-Kräfte und die zunehmend kniffligeren Level-Konstrukte der Motivation bald auf die Beine. Der Schwierigkeitsgrad fordert, die Vorgaben für hohe Punktzahlen motivieren. Trotzdem fehlt der letzte Feinschliff: Elemente wie die LittleBigPlanet-artige Selbstmord-Rücksetz-Funktion identifiziert der Gamedesign-Kenner schnell als wenig elegante Notlösung.
GamesReviews (Oct 24, 2013)
Although it’s a must-buy for platform fans who want something to keep them going until the next big AAA platfomer is released, casual fans may find the premise too dry or the main character without any real charisma. For that reason, I’d probably suggest holding off until it’s inevitably reduced nearer Christmas.
Gamegravy (Nov 04, 2013)
I really thought I would like Ethan: Meteor Hunter. Platformers have been my go-to genre for most of my video gaming days. But this is a case of trying to do too much with a couple decent ideas, rather than making sure at least one of them is above the curve. I just couldn’t get into the game. This small French studio shows promise, but they have a ways to go to make a deep impact in the video game world.