dark        
Conrad Zimmerman blog header photo
Conrad Zimmerman's c-blog

The Groan You Hear for Miles

Fronts 3148Posts 0Blogs 218Following 0Followers 314


 
 

LONG BLOG

RetRose Tinted: Gargoyle's Quest

   0

Flying is always better than walking.


These items are acquired through brutal boss battles or are hidden within the game's seven stages. In another surprising shift in the Gargoyle's Quest paradigm, Demon's Crest is a somewhat non-linear experience. Instead of having to march his way around the Ghoul Realm as he has in the past, Firebrand can now (gasp!) fly over the world map to any of the stages. Extremely skilled players could conceivably complete the game after having only passed through a few of the levels, but to get the best of the four different endings you'll have to complete all but the final stage at least twice to find all the hidden items and multiple routes.

All told, the Gargoyle's Quest series is a solid group of platform games. Not everything works and they certainly aren't without their flaws. Taken as a whole, however, the good bits are really good and the bad bits are more annoyances than anything else. While it's a bit disappointing that the NES "sequel" wound up just being a rehash, I can hardly be upset when it's as fun as it is.

Final Verdict: Still good after all these years.
Login to vote this up!


 
 

  0 COMMENTS

Please login (or) make a quick account (free)
to view and post comments.



 Login with Twitter

 Login with Dtoid

Three day old threads are only visible to verified humans - this helps our small community management team stay on top of spam

Sorry for the extra step!

 

About Conrad Zimmermanone of us since 2:14 AM on 12.06.2007

An avid player of tabletop and video games throughout his life, Conrad has a passion for unique design mechanics and is a nut for gaming history. He can be heard on the comedy podcast FistShark Marketing (fistshark.com) and streams video games often on Hitbox (hitbox.tv/ConradZimmerman)

Twitter: ConradZimmerman
Jenny: 867-5309


Old Cblog Features


On the Table


RetRose Tinted


Death by Cartoon

About Rodney Dangerfield:



The mere inclusion of Rodney Dangerfield can vastly improve anything. Films, music, toasters, anything. In particular, the force of Rodney Dangerfield could elevate video games to the level in which they are accepted by the mainstream as a true art form, bringing together people of all races, creeds and tax brackets in peace and harmony.

RIP Rodney.
Xbox LIVE:Conradtoid
Mii code:1987-8471-4268-2488


 

Around the Community

Featured

Posts

Blogs

Support