Congo's Caper [Action Game]
Potential Pros & Cons
- It's cute
- It's within the same series as Joe & Mac
- Power up and you can float and jump high
- Very average audio/visuals
- Game is incredibly rudimentary and easy
- This game arguably contains NO cave babes
- It feels like it should have been made before J&M
"With twenty five short and easy-as-pie levels to conquer and little reason to conquer them, this game is a decent game to plow through once for a little fun and to add to that whole "Game Completion" list. If you're not very good at platformers, you may also want to give this game a go. As for me, I'd have to say this is one Tatakae game I won't be going back to anytime soon. It's definitely disappointing if you're a fan of the first Joe & Mac. Where's all the cave babes? Where's all the slapstick humor? Where's all the ninja caveman action? Who knows, but I can tell you that Rookie doesn't deliver the goods. It's such a relief to know that Joe and Mac finished off the series so that the Tatakae Genshijin series doesn't end on a bad note. Well... like the signs posted throughout Congo's Caper say, NEXT!
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