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Kameo: Elements of Power Member Review for the Xbox360

By:
imei2006
01/22/06
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Action/Adventure 
PLAYERS 1- 2 
PUBLISHER Microsoft 
DEVELOPER Rare 
RELEASE DATE Out Now
T Contains Animated Blood, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

When I bought my 360, I had a choice between three games that I wanted. Need for Speed Most Wanted, Kameo, and Call of Duty 2. I have always been a fan of Rare ever since the old SNES days. So I figured I'll give Kameo a try, and I can safely say that Kameo is a great game. To start with the graphics are amazing. They are a typical Rare style with cartoonish atmosphere and vivid greenery. Yes there's a lot of green in the game. The music is true to the style providing the right atmosphere to the scene. Taking on the shape of ten elemental warriors gives enough variety to dispose of the numerous trolls and Baddies, but the clusmy way of selecting only three warriors at a time can prove frustrating at a time. Also the triggers being used as the only action buttons can cause some people to slip a little, but it is something that you can get used to. Plus being one of the few games for the 360 at $50 its worth at least a look. B+


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