Reviews and Problems with The Adventures of Tintin
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10 November 2011
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.
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.
GAME REVIEW – The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn (PlayStation 3)
Alternative Magazine Online
12 February 2011
Conclusion: The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn isn’t a bad game, but it never makes the most of its source material or pushes itself far enough. The platforming which makes up the majority of the experience is actually pretty good, but the brief length, easy difficulty and puzzling deviations...
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn
29 October 2011
Conclusion: Faraos Cigarer, Tintin i Tibet og Flight no. 714 til Sydney. Sammen med lidt blandet Asterix-tegneserier er det nok disse titler, der har skabt mest slid på mine forældres lånerkort ,da jeg var en ung purk.
Pros: Kaptajn Haddock, luftkampe.
Cons: Utroligt kort, afsindigt let, kedelig historie.