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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger

Krome Studios
Dec 12, 2016 - PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 5
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OpenCritic Rating

72

Top Critic Average

56%

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Critic Reviews for Ty the Tasmanian Tiger

Though not quite as accomplished as the recent Spyro and Crash Bandicoot remasters, TY the Tasmanian Tiger HD still delivers an enjoyable Aussie-themed adventure.

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Ty The Tasmanian Tiger, now finally on the PC, is definitely one to play if you missed it more than a decade ago. It holds up well as a 3D platformer, even if it remains somewhat polygonal, not only thanks to its clever levels design and assortment of specially powered boomerangs, but also to its unique, Australian charm.

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Those of us a bit on in years will still enjoy the slang and the platforming, but don’t expect a challenge.

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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger certainly belongs on modern consoles, and it would be lovely for the franchise itself to be resuscitated at some point.

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Simply put, TY the Tasmanian Tiger HD will make you feel like it's 2002 all over again. For fans of retro 3D platformers, this is a wonderful thing although modern gamers may find it to be a bit too old-school to thoroughly enjoy.

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Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD may not be the most original boomerang in the 3D platform genre, but this is a very good HD remaster. The performance of the game is solid in handheld and TV modes and I actually found myself quite enjoying what this game had to offer. It’s not without issues and feels very much like the first entry in a game series but if you’re curious and enjoy your collector type 3D platformers Ty the Tasmanian Tiger HD is well worth sinking some time into. Insert shrimp on BBQ joke here.

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“Ty’s return doesn’t bring anything new to the table, but it doesn’t have to. This is a warm reminder of just how much fun classic 3D platformers were and is the perfect game for anyone with fond memories of the genre”

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It is a decent early 2000’s collectathon, back when this word wasn’t considered an insult among non-nostalgic gamers like it is nowadays. It still has some severe camera issues and it does look a bit dated, but it’s chock-full of content and charisma.

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