Xbox One | 360 | XBLA  PS4 | PS3 | PSN  Wii U | VC    3DS  PS Vita  iOS    PC    Retro    


  » news
  » reviews
  » previews
  » cheat codes
  » release dates
  » screenshots
  » videos

  » specials
  » interviews

  » facebook
  » twitter
  » contests

  » games list
  » franchises
  » companies
  » genres
  » staff
 

Which company will have a better E3?

Microsoft
Nintendo
Sony


He-Man: Power of Grayskull
Game Profile
Description

A hero whose courage knows no bounds and strength has no equal. He is He-Man, the most powerful man in the universe. In an epic world of magic and mystery, there are battles to wage and secrets that must be kept. When Skeletor and his evil minions try to take over all of Eternia, it is up to He-Man and the Masters of the Universe to protect their land. The game features both on-foot and vehicular combat modes. Up to four players can battle in head-to-head action with link cables.

Reviews

Review
Written by Matt Swider on 12/06/02
Even with its 13 levels, Power of Grayskull ends up being a relatively short adventure. Considering the amount of recurring gameplay though, this might have been the best choice for the game.


Discuss This Game in the Forums
INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
Game Boy
PUBLISHER:
TDK Mediactive
DEVELOPER:
Taniko
GENRE: Adventure
PLAYERS:   1
RELEASE DATE:
November 01, 2002
ESRB RATING:
Everyone


F1 2017 Will Feature Two Classic Williams Cars


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered PS4 Standalone Version Coming June 27


E3 2017: Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle 9 Minutes of Gameplay


E3 2017: Super Mario Odyssey 10 Minutes of Gameplay


E3 2017: Mario Wedding Amiibos Revealed by Nintendo


E3 2017: Nintendo Reveals Metroid Prime 4, Yoshi, Mario Odyssey Footage and More


E3 2017: Kingdom Hearts III Trailer Released by Square Enix


E3 2017: Select EA Games Are Free to Play Through June 18


E3 2017: EA Reveals New Details About FIFA 18 on Nintendo Switch


E3 2017: Star Wars Battlefront II Details and Gameplay Revealed by EA






Home    •    About Us    •    Contact Us    •    Advertise    •    Jobs    •    Privacy Policy    •    Site Map
Copyright ©1999-2012 Matt Swider. All rights reserved. Site Programming copyright © 2004 Bill Nelepovitz - NeositeCMS