Awards & Rankings
Daily RadarIt's a tight ride, but there's just one problem -- we expected a lot more control.
Da GameboyzThe humor and voice acting are at the very top of any game list and make playing MDK2 an absolute pleasure.
For starters, anyone familiar with the Dreamcast version will stare in disbelief at the ropy visuals that this version has been saddled with. Everything from the characters to the levels look strangely rough-hewn and the textures look somewhat muted and lack definition and sharpness of colour.