Clay Fighter 63 1/3
Reviewed by Greasyhead
Clay Fighter 63 1/3 features real time clay models mixed with colorful
3D backgrounds. The characters are 2D, so it's kind of like Killer Instinct
Gold, only with clay, and more fun! It also has these things called
"Breakthroughs." Breakthroughs would occur when, oh say, someone pushes
you through a door that takes you from the candy factory into Santa's
workshop. They kind of give you endless possibilities! But sadly, CF's
Swearing and violence give it a TEEN rating.
Graphics 6 out of 10
The clay figures are clay, you can't count clay as graphics. But the
characters are kind of blurred. So are the backgrounds. But sometimes
you can be in a cool place like a stone toilet, and that rules. The blurry
backgrounds aren't as blurry as the players. But the breakthroughs don't
have much effort put into them. It doesn't look like you are breaking
through a door or anything. My point: The graphics are blurry and unrealistic.
Music and Sound 5 out of 10
The music and sound is nothing to be proud of. It's just music. But the
sound is OK. The voices are excellent. They are very funny. Boogerman
and Earthworm Jim are an excellent example of this.
Game Challenge 9 out of 10
There are multiple difficulty levels. The lowest one is a breeze. But
at the maximum, it is NO breeze. Honougan's dumb chicken and arms
are virtually impossible.
Game Play-Fun 6 out of 10
This is not a very fun game after a while. It is just an incredibly boring
experience. The multiple endings are great, but on the other hand, they
stink. It simply becomes one of those dumb games that you never play again.
I am frustrated at the blurry graphics, poor balance, and the lack of fun.
Replayability 1 out of 10
SUPER DUMB! It is so boring! I could shoot myself if I ever had to play
this game again! And I haven't finished it yet!
Overall 6 out of 10
Clayfighter 63 1/3 has cool moves, voices, and sometimes pretty
graphics. But everything else stinks.