DescriptionThis platformer with a Blues Brothers theme loosely follows the plot of the film. They seem to have chosen the worst part of the game for multiplayer treatment. August 2018 The game player starts out as Elwood in prison who needs to get the band together for the battle of the bands, which is in less than two days. The levels are full of flimsily-justified enemies, such as electrified zombies in the prison and a woman in the city who insists on attacking you for no discernible reason. In 1978, he made the films , Goin South, upon its initial release, received generally mixed reviews from critics, but Time and proclaimed it one of the years best. The newly freed Elwood scours the Windy City to find and rescue all the members of his band. Its average gameplay and uninteresting levels create a game that doesn't warrant attention.
Graphics The graphics hurt my eyes. It's finally time for Elwood to be released from jail, but the 'evil warden' refuses to let him leave as a helpful prison guard informs him. Blues Brothers 2000 has you guiding Elwood Blues in a quest that's a little bit with free-roaming areas and a little bit with track-based stages. So let's put on our best suit, grab some sunglasses, and dive right in to see what Titus made for us. I can't imagine anyone would want to play this mode.
The game itself tells the vast breadth of its story in still images between levels, with the occasional exchange of dialogue. In its early years, ads appeared in the first and last few pages of the magazine. It is totally stupid and drags the game down to a snail's pace. Thus, you have no choice but to reset the game, which means you'll lose all your unsaved belongings. It sounds like something that wouldn't be a problem, but they are very weird button combinations that you would never think to do. Bottom Line This game suffers from genre identity problems.
On December 18,2013, MobyGames was acquired by Jeremiah Freyholtz, owner of Labs, upon assuming control of the site, Blue Flame Labs reverted MobyGames interface to its pre-overhaul look and feel. There are bosses in this game too, but they aren't really that interesting. It was a mediocre platformer that had nothing to do with the movie. There's not much else to say about this dud of a game. Later, the changed its focus from game strategies and cheat codes to mainly news, previews. But what the hey, why not mention it? I could find no walkthroughs on the web, and only one measly hint aside from the Gameshark codes — which seems indicative of the game's popularity.
The game gave little else to care about. MobyGames was nominated for a for Best Games-Related Website by the International Academy of Digital Arts, in mid-2010, MobyGames was sold by its founders to for an undisclosed amount. As a house guitarist he played on recordings such as , co-written with and performed by. The site uses a grade for all reviews in order to be able to calculate an average. It also packs lots of digitized tunes and a four-player Battle Mode. While hundreds of reviews may get listed, only the ones that GameRankings deems notable are used for the average, Scores are culled from numerous American and European sources.
The game features multiplayer, but you only get to play the rhythm mini-game. You'll probably want to save the game whenever you find an important item, like a key or musical note. The game has nothing to offer fans of platformers or the Blues Brothers. Blues Brothers 2000 is the movie sequel to Blues Brothers. Arcade Spot will bring you the best games without downloading and a fun online gaming experience on the internet. The worst part is that the game attempts to break up the monotony of a generic platformer by throwing in these pseudo-rhythm sections. The characters have the ability to pick up boxes to throw them at enemies, each level is a variation on the jumping theme, with the characters finding a necessary attribute somewhere in the level.
The character models barely resemble humans and look shockingly bad up close. Animal House was responsible for defining and launching the gross-out genre of films. I would only add this game to your collection if you want something unique to show, but never play. The dances increase in complexity as Elwood travels further into the stages. The current highest rated game is , with 97. It is unfun and really lame. Elwood's slam mirrors Mario's , and the main collectibles- notes- are back from.
Along the way, you fight roughly four types of enemies featured in the level, pick up the ten musical notes for the world song, and defeat the boss of the level. Sound effects are generally sparse, although horns continually beep as they do in noisy Chicago traffic. As of October 2016, this includes over 200 gaming platforms and over 114,000 games, the site is supported by banner ads and by users paying to become patrons. The main characters never speak, and the enemies usually remain quiet as well. . You won't notice any particularly interesting special effects or small details.