Mixed or average reviews - based on 13 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 13
  2. Negative: 1 out of 13
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  1. Developers Krome plays it safe with this solid Aussie-themed platformer, offering all the right ingredients, but not daring to explore new ideas.
  2. Official Xbox Magazine
    It may be a poor man's "Ratchet," but at least it's not a phoned-in bargain-basement "Ratchet" ripoff. [Nov 2005, p.131]
  3. 69
    But the Ty series has never been original and this latest version feels like a copy of a copy. Gamers who played and didn't like the other two versions will find nothing new here and Ty fans may find themselves wondering why very little has changed.
  4. The real question is; how much longer will this formula last before dramatic innovations will be required to keep up with today's rapidly changing gaming world?
  5. It's not possible to really say it's good, since low expectations are almost required to enjoy Ty 3, but it is distinctly not bad.
  6. 65
    Graphically superior from the previous 2 titles.
  7. Minor frustrations and inconsistency compound a game that's not very good in the first place, making it one of the least appealing platformer choices currently on the market.
  8. While conventional, Ty 3 is diverse family fun at a wallet-pleasing price.
  9. 60
    Anyone looking for a lengthy, varied platformer with hidden secrets up the wazoo and tongue-in-cheek humor should find themselves enjoying Night of the Quinkan more than they would have expected.

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