GEON: emotions Review

GEON: emotions Review

Published On November 3, 2007 | By Chris Taylor | Reviews
Overall Score
78 %
Good fun, There are some fun power ups, Imaginative game
Can get repetitive, No-one seems to play it online anymore

Geon is a very strange game. You control a cube, which rolls around a course collecting dots to power up. You then have to reach your opponents side of the board and enter the goal on his side. There are many power ups for you to use, such as super bash, which knocks dots out of your opponent.

Each cube represents an emotion. There are 8 emotions to choose from. Rage, Fear, Envy, Melancholy, Bliss, Passion, Courage and Rapture. Each emotion has a special power up, such as Passion has Super power slide, which makes an ordinary power slide longer.

There are many different maps to choose from, each providing a new challenge and harder to reach dots. There are also other modes as well as the battle mode, in which you compete against another emotion to get 5 goals first. There are time attack modes and minigames to complete.

There is also online play, but unfortunately, no-one seems to be playing it and I haven’t had chance to play online.

Geon is a very good game, but it does get a bit repetitive after a while. An addition of new maps and emotions would be very welcome and would enhance the life of the game.

About The Author

Chris is a Northern lad with a passion for video games. With his opinions on video games and his need to force these onto other people, Chris began writing for Console Monster in 2006. Chris is a bona fide nerd who enjoys any decent game that can keep his interest. Being a keen music fan, in his spare time (what little he has) he likes to go to gigs and spends most time with some music on.