is a really nice take on a very old classic, a game I used to really enjoy playing as a child, the Rebooted version of the game brings a really refreshing touch for modern-day standards too, but the calssic version still shines as a great arcade classic today anyway.
For the most part, everything in this game is solid, I personally enjoy the gameplay of the new and classic versions of Q*Bert: Rebooted
alike. The classic Q*Bert insallment of this game is essentially the same as it has always been, so there is no real need to comment on that further, even if you don't care for the rebooted installment, the classic is still worth buying, especially since it's really cheap in the first place.
The Rebooted version of the game is a mixed bag for a good number of players, but I don't have any issues with it myself. The difficulty curve is spot-on, the graphics have a great charm to them and there is a really nice variation of levels and challenges to play. It is ultimately nice and solid gameplay and I have no complaints for the price.
The main issue for this game appears to be the controller support, I personally prefer to play with the mouse controls by clicking (or holding left-click) on the cells instead, so this isn't something that effects me and thus can't comment on, but all in all, yes, I'd recommend this game, especially to retro gamers. It's a great addition to your casual game library that is a fun way to kill a couple of hours once in a while. Just like all those years ago: It's easy to play, difficult to master.