Summary: A this moment, this game is overpriced. Being positive, it’s good as Little Big Planet but more expensive, why? I want a game to play with my sons (7 and 5). What I don't like is that Rango use pistols and I don't like this for my sons. I know that kids likes fighting and to compete but at least arms used in kids game could be shown as some toy like a water pistol, nerf pistol or something more innocent.
Summary: It is a rare occurrence to find a movie tie-in game that is actually decent. While not the original voice actors from the movie, the voice acting was fantastic. The graphics were pretty good, with competent and fluid controls. This is a very easy game - clearly aimed for the 8-12 year old audience - but there's fun to be had for the older gamer as well.
Summary: I saw the movies awhile back and enjoyed it a lot, so much that I felt like I had to get the game. First off if you haven't seen the movie then there is something wrong with you, but if you haven't seen the movie yet and your afraid to buy the game because you think it will spoil the movie for you then don't worry because this game has absolutely nothing to do with the movie's story! It takes a totally different direction, thats one thing I liked about this game.
Summary: Rango is a good movie and a good game overall.this game has some sweet graphics and the game play is good nothing wrong with the controll's at all.there is only 9 level's in the game but some of them are pretty long and some of them are just short it won't take you very long to beat the game at all so that is good for kids and it is very easy.some of the cutscenes are horrible it seems like they just rush through tham.it is easy to get all of the trophies on rango so if...