Excerpt: Games and movies have a very long relationship. Often titles have tried to cross over from one medium to the other, mostly with terrible results. On the odd occasion a decent movie based on a game is released, and sometimes a game based on a movie is not too shabby. But very seldom do you get a title that stands out as a shining star once it has crossed that format barrier. You might never get the chance to play a movie tie-in game that can stand on its own merits.
Excerpt: Sometimes we reviewers tend to cringe a bit when a game comes out following a movie. Although there have been a few gems, the game industry often rushes these movie tie-ins to make a bunch of money off the film, and lets face it - it feels like it. But that isn't the case at all with Up. In fact, the cooperative nature of the game, the gorgeous graphics and the fun storyline mean that Up the game can actually compete with the movie in terms of excellence.
Summary: Another movie tie-in game, this one is decidedly aimed at a younger audience given the movie material, but there is fun to be had with all ages on this one. While not as refined as it could be, it is a decent price at $40, and you do get a decent amount of content for it, just not as much as you’d expect from another game not tied to a film.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is It is crucial to approach this type of games carefully. While UP might be a movie that Pixar created with both the young and old audience in mind, the game is a completely different story. You will figure this one out from the budget price and colourful cover, UP the game is for the kids to enjoy only.
Summary: If I had to be succinct, I could sum up
by saying the game suffers from a serious lack of quality. If I didn’t, well, no doubt I’d ramble on about the graphics (which feature a camera that will literally trap you in a corner), sound (which doesn’t know when to shut up), gameplay (which entertains us with death-obsessed, but sadly immortal A.I.
Pros: Story is better suited for a game..., Plenty to collect and unlock..., An easy 1000 Achievement Points or Platinum Trophy...
Cons: ...even if it glosses over some., ...but neither one lasts long., ...but I'm not exactly sure that's really a compliment.
Summary: There’s really no need to go over licensed gaming’s reputation, because by now everyone knows to approach with caution. It’s especially disappointing that a company as brilliant as Pixar has such an uninspiring track record. Every new year brings a new Pixar movie, though, and UP looks like a winner. The game, on the other hand, has a long way to go.
Conclusion: Sonuç olarak Yukarı Bak (Up) oldukça iyi bir film oyunu olmayı başarmış. Hardcore oyuncuları çok fazla tatmin edemese de türü seven oyuncular Yukarı Bak’tan fazlasıyla keyif alacaktır. Küçük kardeşleri veya çocukları ile birlikte oynayabilecekleri eğlenceli bir oyun arayışı içerisinde olanların, Yukarı Bak’ın oyunundan tıpkı filminde olacağı gibi zevk alacaklarını düşünüyorum.
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