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Eduardo the Samurai Toaster (Wii)

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster (Wii)
alaScore 75

4 reviews

Oct, 2017

  • Positive

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews of Eduardo the Samurai Toaster (Wii). The average rating for this product is 2.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Nintendo Wii Games for all reviews. Many are critical about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Nintendo Wii Games the Eduardo the Samurai Toaster (Wii) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 75/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by: Ugly Bob (original-gamer.com)

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster Review

 

Just about the most awesome title ever. Oh, and the game's good too...

In summation, Eduardo the Samurai Toaster is just the kind of game that WiiWare needs. It is not only a fun game, but a tribute to video game genres of the past, be it with its gameplay or its kooky characters. I hope people check this game out and...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Nick Ellis (gamesradar.com)

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster - Wii Software

 

Indie debut finds itself on the rack

Crammed full of style ; Interesting and surreal enemies ; Music is excellent

No story to give context ; Simplistic shooting ; No scoring system

More importantly, there’s barely any meat to the fighting. You scroll from left to right, and occasionally from up to down or vice versa, and either blast away using the 1 button with your standard toast or powered-up ammo that you’ve picked up. You...

Jul, 2009

Expert review by: Jonathan Holmes (destructoid.com)

Eduardo the Samurai Toaster

 

Okay, here's the thing -- I'm biased. Well, maybe not biased, but I certainly have my preferences. Those preferences include 2D games, platformers, run-and-gun shooters, and games made by small, ...

Jun, 2009

Expert review by: Daemon Hatfield (ign.com)

IGN: Eduardo the Samurai Toaster

 

The default difficulty setting gives you infinite lives and it took me around an hour and a half to play through all 13 levels. Your progress is saved after each level and you can jump to any completed stage from the title screen. Up to four toasters...

Why are those carrots throwing turkey legs at me?

Jun, 2009