Reviews and Problems with Finding Nemo Escape to the Big Blue
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Polished mini-game collection is good fun for younger kids.
Common Sense Media
25 September 2012
Summary: Parents need to know that Finding Nemo: Escape to the Big Blue Special Edition is a collection of simple mini-games suitable for kids as young as five years old. It has little in the way of iffy content -- fish can swim into mines in one game, but the resulting explosions just cause the player's character to flash for a few seconds -- and visual tutorials provide instructions for kids who may not yet be strong readers.
Summary: Although it's somewhat lacking in the visuals department, Finding Nemo: Escape to the Big Blue is still a reasonably entertaining game for less demanding players. Some of the mini-games are passable and it's a shame that more depth wasn't added to the title during its transition from DS to 3DS, but younger gamers will enjoy the selection of challenges that it has on offer.