|Reviewer: Frost||Date: May 4, 2003|
|The Adventures of Rad Gravity; I owned it back in the day, but I'm not sure how I came to own it, I know I never would have bought it. There were quite a few bad games for the Nintendo, but this one definately takes the gold!
Wow! Could there be any worse graphics? Half the time you can't even tell what something is, the graphics are so bad. It just looks like scrambled pictures. I hope one of the game's artists got fired for this one. I don't know about you, but I like to know what each object is when I'm playing.
Well with crappy graphics, you have to coordinate right? And what better way to do so then with crappy sound! This game is a series of bleeps and bloops that don't even fit in with the game. Most of the time the sounds are just annoying and give you a headache. And the music is so terrible and off, it's creepy. The music sounds like sound effects banded together in one twisted score of music.
When a game has a little midget with an Elvis Presley haircut, a glow stick for a weapon, and the need to chase ice cream trucks on various planets, you know it's gonna suck. I never fully understood the concept of this game. You just run around beating things up with your glow stick. I'm not even sure what the things are because the graphics were so bad. This game is hardly fun, and I'm not sure if it ever gets challenging cause I couldn't ever bare to make it past the 5th planet.
I am a huge fan of the NES, and I rarely play a game that is so bad it fails every section of the rating system, but I have to say this one does. Terrible graphics, terrible sound and music, and terrible gameplay. No fun what so ever, just stupidity.
I strongly advise you to stay away from this game, but hey, that's just me. You may want to check it out, just to see how bad NES games can be made. Have a good laugh.