Format reviewed: Nintendo 64
Publisher: Titus Software
Developer: Player 1 Studios
Submitted by: Duncan Mican
Don't ask me why I own this. Please don't.
If the name Titus brings up any red flags, that's because they are the ones who made the infamous Superman for the Nintendo 64.
I don't know why they decided to make a game based off of Blues Brothers 2000. I don't know why they decided to include rithym elements to it. I don't know why they threw in a graveyard level that isn't even based on a scene from the movie. I just don't know…
I got this when I was little, and I happened to like it when I was little.
I had horrid taste back then.
This game is a complete abomination. The graphics are very bland, the models are very repetetive, the level design ranges from bland to terrible, the bosses are all jokes, and it barely even resembles the movie (although that may be a good thing). The only redeeming quality is the music. It's the same four tracks over and over again, but at least it isn't terrible.
I love this game because of how amazingly bad it is. It in no way is "so bad it's awesome", it's just some strange masochistic enjoyment I get out of playing it. At least it's better than Superman.