Joe Danger is far from being a bad game, especially considering its tiny price. But one can't help but being frustrated by the lack of variety the gameplay offers. Its the perfect title for a quick unwinding, but nothing that can compare to a Mario Kart marathon with friends, nor the puzzling stunts of a Trials HD.
This game is very good. I would give it a 9.5 but since you can't go in between numbers, I gave it a 10 because it's closer to that than a nine. I bought this game for 15 bucks when it first came out and fell in love with it. I ended up finishing it to 97%. It was very difficult and isn't a game to under estimate. You get a charming, colorful and delightful game that is full of insane stunts and great obstacles. Anyway, I decided to check it out again and noticed that my save data got deleted. Guess I'm gonna have to do it all over again. But in no way is that a bad thing.
Production values are high, and the character is all right. I wasn't really impressed to give this a higher rating. I have to compare this to other games and the fact is that I've played ones just like this many times before but where you can edit the terrain and bike's physics. I think a child might enjoy this **** wouldn't play it all day.
I feel this game was a let-down. Single player is ok, I played it for 5-6 hours during a weekend but haven't looked at it since. Multi-player is nowhere near as good as it could have been, no on-line gaming and only two players maximum. It's a cross between LBP and Excite Bike, but not as good as you'd think and IMHO I think reviewers has given it too high scores really. My high expectations were not met.