Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD
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Content Rating: Everyone10+
Hold onto your bananas, because Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD is rolling your way! Experience the magic of one of the most beloved titles in the series, now remastered in HD! Head back into the fantastical world of Super Monkey Ball and take back your bananas from the space alien pirate king, Captain Crabuchin. Race through over 100 colorful stages and challenge your friends and family to 10 fan-favorite Party Games! Feeling like the fastest, most maneuverable monkey around? Try out Time Attack mode or the grueling Decathlon endurance run! Will you make it onto the scoreboard?
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Despite my complaints I still love Monkey Ball and I hope that if Banana Blitz HD does well that SEGA thinks about remastering Step & Roll, 3D, or Banana Splitz for current consoles. I am just too deeply attached to certain aspects of the series that I’m very critical. At $40 anyone with any love of Monkey Ball would be doing themselves a disservice not picking up a way better version of a game that was hindered by motion control.
It is great having Super Monkey Ball back on consoles, and like any good friendship you can jump straight back into it and feel like you’ve never been apart. When first announced, Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD on the Xbox One may not have been everyone’s first choice, but the game feels better now than it did on the Wii with the awkward motion controls disappearing. Now, we have a nice polished Super Monkey Ball game with just enough new features to get returning players back, and the hope that this is just the start of the renaissance.
In addition to the normal campaign, players can choose to tackle worlds in a Time Attack mode alongside a series of ten multiplayer-supported mini-games that can be played separately or as part of a decathalon. The ten mini-games are just a fraction of the fifty that shipped with the original Banana Blitz but trust me when I say you’re not missing out; most of those were utter garbage. As it stands, some of the ten still in Banana Blitz HD could have been removed too.