Summary: You know that feeling of accomplishment you get after defeating a game? Don't expect it after beating this game. When I beat it (in 3 hours) all I felt was that it wasted my time. All you do is run through levels, collecting coins and dodging obstacles. The only fun things are the occasional mini-games thrown in. This game is a waste of money. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely love my Nintendo DS, but COME ON! EVEN MY DOG COULD MAKE A BETTER GAME THAN THIS!
Summary: Like most games, this game is not as good as the movie. The movie was not superb, and neither is this game ... by a long shot. There are rather repetetive levels, no real voice acting, and very tedious ' missions ' . it didn't seem like the creators even tried to make use of the DS's graphical capabilities. Verdict: don't buy it.. only RENT IT for a little boy or girl who enjoyed the movie.
Summary: Sorry to say this game does not fulfill my expectations. In so far as to say some of the animals do not function as the instruction booklet say they should, i:e: the lion does not "claw climb", & "Gloria" does not dive as she is supposed to.
Excerpt: "...the Christmas period I noticed Madagascar the game for the DS whilst browsing around my local game rental shop. I know that many games based on animations do not live up to expectations, but some do and I was hoping that this was going to be one of them. ****Story line**** Loosely based on the feature length animation of the same name this game starts off showing the characters at Central Park Zoo. You explore the streets of New York and ...