Summary: I love comics and comic based movies. This game is not a disappointment. It has great graphics an lots of great features. I haven't beat this game as yet,but i'm having a good time trying to achieve it.
Summary: Mindless and repetitive, this is the perfect example of phoning-in a block buster movie video game tie in. They don't even manage to translate the voice bubble dialog into English correctly. A major on-line computer gaming site gives this game one-half of one star out of five and says it's better as a prop for your window than it is a game. If you want a good film-to-game comic adventure get Spiderman III for the DS instead.
Summary: With Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer tearing up theaters, the consoles received a movie based video game tie-in that, well to put it lightly, was terrible. The DS isn't spared either as the FF make their first appearance on Nintendo's dual screened handheld. You play as a different member of the FF as each level changes, which supposedly take advantage of the character's powers.
Conclusion: I wasn`t too impressed at first with this game but after a while I really got in to it; you play one of the fatanstic four characters on a level: mr fantastic (who`s super strechy) the invisible women (who can make herself fly), the thing (who`s really strong), and the human torch who flys and shoots fire n stuff. you also get to play the silver surfer at the end.
Excerpt: "...today I wil be reviewing: Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer for the Nintendo DS. well when i bought this game for £20 at Thatz Entertainment in Lakeside shopping centre I thought FANTASTIC. But once i booted it up i saw bland 2d graphics that look like a rejected GBA game along with gameplay mechanics that were so terribly done that I cried. The game is a side-scrolling action platformer where each level follows one of the four Fantastic ...
Pros: Sound is well ported from the console versions
Cons: Gameplay errors, poor frame rate, buggy level designs and no replay value .