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Frogger Beyond is true to its roots, but not exactly a long-lasting game. The thrill runs short after you experience a fair amount of deaths, and this frustration is cause to consider Konami's latest addition to the series a rent-only title. Only the most die-hard Frogger fanatic will find their money well spent, and even then renting first is probably a good idea.
I approached Frogger Beyond with an open mind and found it to be a competent update of a classic franchise... for about two levels. Alas, the game's flaws soon manifested in force and served to suck the fun right out. As such, I can't recommend Frogger Beyond for adults, and the nail-biting difficulty means I can't recommend it for kids. If you're looking for some Frogger fun, you'd be better served by one of the older $10 PlayStation releases.