Don't Believe The Hype, The Whole World Ain't Black & White.
Graphics- The graphics are solid, nothing special, though the backgrounds are particularly crisp & clear for a DS title. It’s the same thing we played in the 80’s with a few minor additions & a 3-D cut scene that is blurry & pixilated that gets played OVER & OVER.
Sound- The sound is okay, it is VERY old-school so it wouldn’t be hard for ANY handheld, yes…not even the N-Gage, to pull of the simple 8-bit bleeps, bloops, & blaps that are used in the game.
Value- For $19.99 I’d buy almost any game, so for one that actual gives me a few hours of entertainment and brings back a few haunting arcade memories I say snatch it up while you can.
Tilt- I’m an uber huge fan of Space Invaders so it was a pleasant surprise to find an affordable Space Invaders game for my favorite handheld; even though it wasn’t all I hoped it would be I was satisfied.
Space Invaders Revolution is a good game while you play it but there’s no point in touching the cartridge after you complete the game, which won’t take more then 7-9 hours ((depending on how good you are)) it really comes down to two things:
Are you a HARDCORE Space Invaders fan!?
On your income can you afford to potentially waste money on a one-time joyride!?