Gameplay was terrible. I can remember a particular instance in which I was trying to jump from one rock to another. It was so glitchy that you absolutely couldn't do it. The storyline was boring and slow getting started, and I'm pretty sure the key magical items in the story were a very obvious skittles ad. The graphics were unique and appealing, but the cover ends up looking deceptively fun. In a way I could see how it would be entertaining enough for younger children, however, it was so difficult to make it past the glitches and get anywhere, most would just give up in frustration. That's what I did. Bought it to kill a few hours and ended up playing Bocce Ball instead.
With adventure games being a rare breed in the console-games industry, we must compromise and make do simply with arcade adventure games. Enter Darkened Skye, a game that neither excels, nor fails in either department. ... Read Full Review
Darkened skye for the game cube was a total let down. The controls were terrible, the A.I. had an I.Q. of about ten, and Draak's jokes just didn't get the job done with me. I really wish that this games graphics would ha... Read Full Review