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Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back

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Our favorite Bobcat is making a triumphant return 20 years after virtually disappearing from the world stage (N64/PS1). Yes, that’s right, Bubsy is back and starring in an all new adventure, Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back! Yep, those no-good, yarn stealing always annoying intergalactic trolls, the Woolies, are up to their no-good ways once again! They’ve stolen Bubsy’s most prized possession, the Golden Fleece. Now Bubsy is on a one Bobcat mission taking on Woolies, Bumble Bees, Sharks, and UFO's to collect an insane amount of yarnballs and bring his Holy Grail of Wool home. 2D, or not 2D? Bubsy thinks 3D is so 1998 that he’s going back to the 2D well with a huge assist with his good friends at Black Forest for 14 rip roaring levels of side scrolling action. Watch Bubsy glide like a bat, jump like a jack rabbit, bounce like a red rubber ball and run…run Bubsy run. This is the Bubsy adventure you were born to play. Features: 2.5D Platformer with beautiful 3D models and stunning levels and backgrounds Multitude of character animations and expressions that brings the iconic Bubsy to life as never before Jump, glide, and pounce through 14 levels of thrill, excitement and yarn! Local and global leaderboards - compete for high scores with your friends and the world! Unlock treasures, powers, and extra lives to create all time high scores
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Release date
Oct 30, 2017
Developer
Black Forest Games
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UFO Interactive Games
Publisher
Accolade
Age rating
10+ Everyone 10+
Website
https://www.accoladegame.com

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7 / 8 / 10
Processor: Intel Core i5 @ 2.66 GHz / AMD Phenom II X4 @ 3.0 GHz (or any Dual Core CPU)
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Hard Disk Space: 3.3 GB 
Video Card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660, Radeon R 200 series
DirectX®: 10
Peripherals Supported: Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller
(Xbox 360® Controller for Windows recommended)
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Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back reviews and comments

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20 years after the pitiful Bubsy 3D on PlayStation that everyone has ever heard of, it is back. But is he going to play us a bad trick? What is this new Bubsy worth? So first, I want to reassure some: does Bubsy speak? yes. Is it boring? Not on the contrary it is even rather funny when he wants our brave little Lynx, especially when he makes fun of his passage on Playsation. Let's go into the heart of the matter starting with the weaknesses of the game. First of all, you may have noticed it by looking at my number of hours on the game, it is extremely short (less than 2 hours to finish it and say 4 hours if you want to finish it at 100%). In fact there are only 3 environments and 3 bosses. Then, in the way of a metal slug, your lives are actually credits and you own 9 at the beginning of a level. If you die nine times, game over and you have to start over at the beginning (not the game). The problem lies in the bosses, when you die, they do not recover their life gauge and I happened to start a fight and finish it just after I put a single blow to the boss because of it. As for the level design, it is also not possible to say that the developers have stepped (except perhaps for the last world and still). At the level of the bestiary, there are about 3 kinds of enemies (including the famous enemies without arms of Bubsy 3D) and it might seem SHAMEFUL if the game did not count only fifteen levels. The last two flaws are the music, which is not really boring but that is absolutely not memorable, and the fact that Bubsy slides a little bit before stopping (in the way of Luigi in the new Super Mario Bros on portable consoles). Now, the strengths. For a platformer to be successful, it takes a good gameplay, and fortunately this one is really excellent! Bubsy is very light, the jumps/double-jumps are well managed and it is very enjoyable to control, which makes the game interesting for the speedrunners that will find their happiness without problems. The game is rather beautiful contrary to what the trailer suggests (it could have come out early in the life of the PS4... or switch, at your option). The harvest of all the balls of wool is also very addictive (there are 600 or 700 per level) and you never want to leave a level without having everything picked up. The bosses, though very easy, have interesting patterns. The difficulty of the levels is rather increasing, which is a good thing (but it is true that if we decide to Rusher a level, we finish it in 1min 30). I can now make my verdict: Bubsy the Woolies strike back is a good game that I advise (it does not go beyond) and especially to the budding speedrunners. Of course, I also advise you to buy Bubsy 2 which is located in the steam store at a maudic sum during the promos and which is far superior. Nevertheless, we have fun, there is challenge and let's not forget what the previous was like, Bubsy comes back from afar! One last thing for the excited of the gamepad who tend to pound the button to restart a level after having a game over, do not do it because Bubsy automatically returns to the beginning of the world map, either to the tutorial, that you will then have the liking IR to start over. (you can of course leave it but it remains slightly annoying) SPOILERS: this game certainly serves as a mouthwatering for a next more ambitious Bubsy, as we indicate a magnificent artwork at the end of the game.
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