Wayne’s World



Read the review here.

“In typical THQ fashion, the level design is less than extraordinary.”
– from the full review, which you can read here.

Once you have played through a certain amount of bland NES platformer license games, they begin to blend together into a dreary haze of below-average gameplay qualities. Seriously, compared with all the others (dozens), what sets Wayne’s World apart? Odd environments, the control of two different characters in alternating levels, the somewhat-funny cutscenes, and the classic THQ-crafted MS-Paint-quality backgrounds. There you have it. If you enjoy such things, take Wayne’s World for a spin. I suppose, in a sense, it is a challenge worth a playthrough. But just one. At most.

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  1. […] staff was never quite as big or as talented as the more mainstream development houses. One example: Wayne’s World. One weird note about the original game: It was made by Bethesda. You may recognize the developer […]

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