Clayfighter 64 (N64) Reviews
Product Type: other Nintendo 64 games
Newest Review: ... a fighter i.e. special characters, extra levels, everything that any decent fighter has. However the graphics cannot even be ... more
Customer Clayfighter 64 (N64) Reviews (4)
by - written on 20/07/00, updated on 20/07/00 (Useful, 41 readings)
Clayfighter 64 really should have stayed on the 16-bit systems. Looking at the N64 port, nothing has changed. Okay, so the three-dimensional backgrounds are snazzy at times, but they pop up. And the characters...they have no emotions, look stupid and are unoriginal. The game tries to be funny, but it isn't. The stupidly-named moves are really dire, and you can't get into the game due to the appaling graphics - especially in the fighters. The sound is horrible - lucky I have a mute button. So what if they decided to add speech? It's delivered with all the annoyance of Pokémon's "PIKA! PIKA!" and is twice as ear-destroying. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/01, updated on 27/01/01 (Useful, 59 readings)
This is your stereotypical beat em up, two guys hitting each other over the head with assorted nasty things, so why is it so bad? Although it has all the assorted requirements of a fighter i.e. special characters, extra levels, everything that any decent fighter has. However the graphics cannot even be looked at for more than a minute without you needing to go to and look at something more aesthetically pleasing - like wallpaper! The animations are jerky, everything that could have been good was just taken OTT and it just looks terrible! The multiplayer is almost no-existent, and there is a delay of about a second between pressing a button and you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/00, updated on 06/08/00 (Useful, 23 readings)
Interplay know this is bad. They let it go for release without sending the magazines a copy to review (so people are not put off). Interplay clearly got bored making this. The box promises around 16 playable characters, but, incredibly, only around 9 are in the game! If that wasn’t bad enough, they then decided to release the proper version (The Directors Cut) out in America...except, it was a rent-only game! Logic defying! Or is it? Maybe Interplay have sense, because, basically, this game is appalling. The graphics were more clear on the SNES Clayfighter games, and it was much easier to control back then too. Now, the characters are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/06/00, updated on 26/06/00 (Useful, 21 readings)
THis is one of the worst games available on the N64, avoid like a mother-in-law who's birthday you've forgot. For starters, the graphics are awful. I'm pretty sure this game wasn't too bad on the SNES, but for the N64 "update" they've clearly forgotten to take use of the extra power. The characters are choppy and there is a fair amount of pop-up in the polygonal backgrounds. The sound is terrible, totally irritating music, and although the speech is quite good, what they say and how they say it is hair-tearingly annoying. As for the gameplay, I don't know where to start. It plays like a guitar with no strings - ... Read the complete review
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