Disney's The Emperor's New Groove PlayStation

  • Publisher: SCEA
  • Release Date: Nov 13, 2000
User Score
7.2

Mixed or average reviews- based on 6 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Negative: 1 out of 6
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  1. Dec 8, 2015
    6
    Pretty standard and boring platformer with only hook being your controlling a four-legged lhama. Controls aren't tight and will cause frustration. It does have 2 things going for it.
    1- The gimmick levels are plenty and are mostly fun. Like the turtle races, log going down stream levels and the high speed rail segments at the end. Frog and Rabbit levels aren't so good.
    2- Kuzco is an
    Pretty standard and boring platformer with only hook being your controlling a four-legged lhama. Controls aren't tight and will cause frustration. It does have 2 things going for it.
    1- The gimmick levels are plenty and are mostly fun. Like the turtle races, log going down stream levels and the high speed rail segments at the end. Frog and Rabbit levels aren't so good.
    2- Kuzco is an **** like if you were to find a top 10 pieces of **** in gaming kuzco would be #1 no joke. Everything he says is putting somebody down. It's almost gets you down at some points cause you really start hating on the guy.
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Awards & Rankings

#50 Most Discussed PS1 Game of 2000
Metascore
66

Mixed or average reviews - based on 8 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 8
  2. Negative: 1 out of 8
  1. CNET Gamecenter
    80
    Combining tried-and-true platformer elements that make platform games great with an awesome graphics engine and humorous, endearing characters, The Emperor's New Groove guarantees fun for all ages.
  2. One sweet and fun "Spyro"-like (game) for PSX owners with a sense of humor.
  3. If you've got the patience it takes to play through seven initially boring levels and acclimate yourself to the game's confining camera work, the final 24 levels represent some of the finest gaming that money can buy. It's pretty, it's funny, and it's pretty funny - the way a Disney game should be.