Frogger: The Great Quest is a platform game developed by Konami Computer Entertainment Papa Yeti Studio and published by Konami for the PlayStation 2 and PC in 2002. A GBA version was also released, but is a separate game.
Why It Sucks
- The controls are a huge mess, meaning that you would have no idea on what you were doing.
- The camera is annoying and lazy.
- Poor and annoying voice acting.
- You attack enemies by spitting or using frog-fu (yes, that term is actually used in the game) at them instead of just simply jumping on them.
- The music, while actually good for the most part, is not even fitting.
- The game does not even feel like a Frogger game. It feels like a cheap and generic three-dimensional platformer game with Frogger thrown into it.
- It is so painful to play that there is no replay value at all.
- It is very easy, since it was meant for children.
- The Microsoft Windows version does not allow you to change the graphical quality or resolution.
- The game can be beaten in under an hour if you are smart enough.
- Ocassionally, you can get stuck in sections of a course, which forces you to reset your console or close the program on your personal computer, depending on which port you play.
- Frogger is an anthropomorhic animal that wears clothes and speaks in natural language instead of croaking.
- It's not even possible to collect all the coins, gems or even all the magic stones in the game because of where they're hidden in some levels. (not that collecting coins and gems is worth it in the end).
- In the Catacombs level, you can't kill ghosts, but they can kill you.
- Decent graphics.
- The music is mostly good.