Reviews and Problems with The Adventures of Tintin
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The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
2 September 2013
Summary: Ah yes, the movie games. For every G-Force there is a Thor . For every Rango you have a Megamind: Ultimate Showdown , and for every Captain America a James Cameron's Avatar: The Game . Like that last one, The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is another Ubisoft licensed game based, for the most part, on the new Spielberg movie. But does it manage to offer a better time for players this time around?
The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn The Game Review
9 February 2012
Excerpt: I'm not sure why I expected something good to come from Ubisoft's The Adventures of Tintin, the tie-in game based on the Steven Spielberg/Peter Jackson CGI movie. Maybe it's that the film's trailers look gorgeous, or that the footage I've seen of the game suggested it'd be a stylish platformer. It certainly does look stylish at points, but the game is sadly no different to the majority of movie-licensed titles released every year.
Excerpt: The movie is getting solid reviews and the box office take is impressive, but what about the video game? Developers have been producing some good-quality games based on films this generation; just look at High Moon Studios (
Conclusion: If you're not a fan of the fiction, though, or you don't have younger children who might appreciate simplicity, there's little incentive to play The Adventures of Tintin. It's boring. You can sit back and coast through it without even thinking, and the somewhat interesting story is little compensation. Repetitive levels and overly simple puzzles just add to the game's troubles.
Pros: Solid voice acting, Good animation that captures the Tintin vibe.
Cons: Repetitive missions, Platforming lacks challenge, Puzzles are too easy to solve, Erratic motion controls.
Summary: UK REVIEW--Between the staring blankly at a screen for hours in the name of research, energy-drink-fuelled writing marathons to meet deadlines, and the knowledge that your editor can (and will) drop a story on you last thing on a Friday, journalism isn't always the most glamorous of professions. But for intrepid reporter Tintin, it's a far more adventurous pursuit.
Pros: Solid voice acting, Good animation that captures the Tintin vibe
Cons: Repetitive missions, Platforming lacks challenge, Puzzles are too easy to solve, Erratic motion controls
The Adventures Of Tintin: The Secret Of The Unicorn
30 October 2011
Conclusion: TinTin may be basic and one of the easiest games I’ve played in some years, but it's certainly a cracker of a game for children and gives them something to get their teeth into with its cute visuals. That doesn’t stop it being a little too basic for older veterans and cannot stand up to the quality of games such as Toy Story 3 or Cars 2 for film based tie-ins. It’s a fair effort though and is worthy of a rental.