Summary: Parents need to know that there is nothing offensive in this game. It tracks the storyline of the popular animated movie and stresses the importance of individuality. While this title is fun, parents should know that it only includes two types of games, dancing, and racing downhill on a penguin's belly. In all versions kids control Mumble, but the Nintendo DS version being reviewed here offers the most innovative dance mechanics.
Conclusion: After that, well... that's it. There's no platforming to speak of. No stealth. Nothing else. We're just looking at these two sequences, ad nauseam. While this may suffice for the youngest of gamers, most others will become bored quickly with Happy Feet. That's not to say that the game is a complete waste of time, but there seems to be so much potential that could have been tapped here-- and we're instead left with what amounts to a two-trick pony... errr... penguin.
Excerpt: Après le succès d'Happy Feet, quoi de plus logique que de retrouver à nouveau Mumble et tous ses amis dans les salles obscures du monde entier ? Bien évidemment, la sortie de la nouvelle production de Warner Bros est accompagnée d'une adaptation vidéoludique qui arrive à point nommé. Cela signifie-t-il pour autant que celle-ci a été réalisée à la va-vite ?