Summary: Based on the highly anticipated animated feature film from DreamWorks, MadagascarTM is the only game that lets players enter the world of four hilarious Central Park Zoo animals—a personality-packed crew made up of a lion, zebra, giraffe and hippo.
Excerpt: Kid friendly movie tie-ins are big business and there was no chance that the big CGI movie of the summer wouldn't be accompanied by a videogame. Madagascar tells the story of some larger than life Zoo animals and Activision has brought the movie experience to our consoles and PC, with most of the...
Summary: When a new film hits the box office, there is a likelihood of a video game accompanying it. If the film is bright, cheerful, and geared toward children, the video game tie-in is practically an inevitability. Such is the case with Madagascar, the latest movie rip off from Activision. Is it good?
Conclusion: Do yourself a favour and invest your hard-earned thirty pounds elsewhere. Beyond the movie tie-in and odd bit of fun you'll have with the mini-games, this should be avoided. You can buy a whole business in some small country for £30. Probably.