Reviews and Problems with The Spiderwick Chronicles
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The kids love it
Angela Hernandez, Amazon
4 June 2013
Summary: My 8 year old daughter is a huge fan of the Spiderwick series. She really enjoys this game and has taught my 5 year old son to play it too. I have not played it myself, so cannot vouch for it personally.
Summary: I bought this game for my son last xmas and it is one of the first gifts he wanted to play xmas morning. He had a hard time figuring it out and I did as well, however I did not try for very long. My son is 6 and has been playing ds games for a while now so Im thinking this game would be better for an older child about 10 or so.
Summary: At first, I thought Spiderwick would be another sloppy Hollywood game with a movie title slapped on it, and some lame/typical RPG game play. But after playing the game for 30min, I found out that it was surprisingly fun! I couldnt stop playing it for the next 6 hrs non stop! The story line and game play are both well planed. The graphics arent the best, but the interactive fighting and simple but interesting storyline makes it worth playing.
Conclusion: Playing The Spiderwick Chronicles took me back to old-school adventure games like Alice in Wonderland on the Apple II. It recreates that feeling of being a kid and suspending your disbelief in fantasy. Love it so much!!
Summary: When I first got this game I was excited and felt that it had the perfect blend of playability and puzzle solving. However, the battles with goblins and other creatures are all the same! Everywhere you go you have to fight one of these battles, that take you away from the game to a set battle screen. It gets so annoying that you cannot make any progress without, essentially, the same battle again and again.