Well, the games are famous for being some of the worst platformers of all time... Nah, I wouldn't say it's hopeless, but the changes for another bad Bubsy game are high. Why are all these terrible games comming back, a Shaq-Fu sequel was also announced...
TheKingOfBoos: enji I'm only scared of you cuz you're always right, and that's creepy SnoruntPyro: if you don't like kirby you have no life ToonQuill: do you have any hentai girl sfx Pichu: "And Jesus said unto his apostles, 'ew so much clash 0/10'." MNIE52: ohoho master king sitting in his golden chair! Dude, you think you're president? i will not leave, if i want - i'll leave. MNIE52: i will not kill you, why you so rude. are you have nothing to do, boy? Sanct: oh my god i made the perfect amount of stairs i am jesus christ.
If the screens and video are of the game itself no, god no. Those games gave me a headache, "if they are able to fix some problems" doesn't count for me, one of the most evident problems is still present, the god damn camera. Of course they could somewhat solve that by not placing enemies so far you wouldn't see them but not so close you would hit them unintentionally, but It's impossible to travel safely unless you go like 4 blocks each and check your surroundings. That's not pleasant, not even one bit.
My vote goes to "No", without question. Although I'd like to check those reviews, I can't seem to find them. Then again I'm not used to Steam since I don't use it, like, at all.
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Now that you mention it, that was the only thing I actually liked about Bubsy. Not even his lines, that smug face of him was the only thing that made me play that game, and I regret every moment of that decision, now and for the rest of my life.
I'd just like to interject for a moment. What you’re referring to as 2.0, is in fact, SMBX2, or as I’ve recently taken to calling it, X2. 2.0 is not an SMBX version unto itself, but rather another mislabeling of a fully applicable SMBX2 name. Many users run a modified version of SMBX every day, without realizing it. Through a peculiar turn of events, the version of SMBX which is widely used today is often called “2.0”, and many of its users are not aware that it is SMBX2, developed by the SMBX2 Project. [...] 2.0 is normally used in combination with the SMBX name: the whole game is basically SMBX with 2 added, or SMBX2. All the so-called “2.0” labels are really references of SMBX2.
Well, you can't really complain about Bubsy being on steam. I mean, it's not like the developers made a new game. All they did was port the original game to steam. What's wrong with that? For me personally, I may get it if it goes on sale for 2 bucks or something (4.99 ain't a bad price either). However, if this is a mere emulation, it will be a ripoff, but not a shameful venture.