Point-and-click adventures have been converted over to work with console controllers in a variety of ways and, let’s face it, none of them work as well as the traditional mouse unfortunately. That said, there have been implementations that have worked well and there are those that are pretty clunky. Unfortunately Odysseus Kosmos suffers from one of the overall most cumbersome I’ve used, with you often needing to cycle through a variety of options before you get the one you want, partially because proximity to the spots in question isn’t much of a driver it seems. The humor is appreciated and can be amusing, and the puzzles have a certain flair to them (though they feel more often on the obtuse side than most), but on the whole among the many great options for a classic adventure title this Robot Quest is lacking in polish.
Justin Nation, Score: