Attack of the Killer Tomatoes

Read the full review here.

“Overall, this is another one of those platformers in which more effort was put into its presentation of a license than actual gameplay, much like the Simpsons games (Bart Vs. The World, Bart Vs. The Space Mutants, etc.) or Spider-Man: Return of the Sinister Six. Actually, those are very apt comparisons with several similarities…”
– from the full review, which you can read here.

Summary: Roughly average platformer. But, as always, please read the full review to get the whole scoop. Not to toot my own horn, but I feel it is noteworthy to mention that my review-writing really has made big strides (now that I’ve written over 100, y’know), as I have greatly improved in learning how to describe music, making apt other-game comparisons much more often, and generally using less words to still have the same amount of meaning and impact. Please read the full reviews, and feel free to give me feedback, as I feel they will only continued to become even more tightly honed.

Also, a quick little shout-out to the guys at Classic L337 — I listened to episode 56 of their stellar podcast as I wrote this review, and it has been exciting to see how far Scott & Tony have come in the caliber of interviews they perform, the website partnerships they make, and the general overall quality of their work, in both their modern and retro portions. Highly recommended for those looking for a solid weekly gaming podcast.

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