Q*Bert Rebooted for PlayStation 4

Q*Bert Rebooted

Feb 17, 2015
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Content Rating: Everyone


Q*bert Rebooted takes the arcade classic and catapults it into the 21st century 3D game play that takes full advantage of today’s technologies yet remains faithful to the original Q*bert. Featuring hexagonal blocks instead of squares, Q*bert Rebooted introduces new enemies, playable characters, power-ups, traps, gem collecting, multiple characters, downloadable content and new ways to play.

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Dean JamesFeb 24, 2015
After nearly 10 years, Q*Bert has returned to the scene with Q*Bert Rebooted. Retaining most of the classic gameplay, the controls have taken a major step back that can make the game become much more frustrating, especially in comparison to the classic version included in the package. Q*Bert Rebooted certainly has a number of drawbacks, especially the abysmal loading times, but considering it only costs $9.99 and comes with three-way cross-buy.
Cameron WoolseyMar 04, 2015
So a game like Q*bert: Rebooted, which takes a tepid approach to the need to take risks in order to refresh a classic formula, saddens me. Even if the game featured stable controls, the overall package is still mediocre at best. But with the bad controls, compounded by lackadaisical graphics and boring gameplay, Q*bert: Rebooted never had the potential to shine anyway. Q*bert, old friend, you deserve better.
Erren VanDuineFeb 23, 2015
It’s easy to recommend Q*Bert: Rebooted to both returning fans and new ones alike. The PlayStation release allows for choice of play either in its classic mode or the more modern version for those who want something a little easier on the eyes. The additional challenges in the Rebooted mode do provide some extra game time, but if you’re looking for something a little deeper this isn’t quite it. Q*Bert: Rebooted may be a simple game from another era, but its pick-up and play nature can certainly still be relevant today.

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