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6.6 out of 10

Where the Wild Things Are

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Reviews and Problems with Where the Wild Things Are

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Overall 6
6.4
Gameplay 6
6.0
Graphics 7
7.0
Sound 6
6.3
Control 7
7.2
Addiction 6
5.5

Expert Review

PSX Extreme
21 January 2010
  • Excerpt: ”Where The Wild Things Are,” a children’s classic by Maurice Sendak, came to life on the big screen last year and despite the difficulty in translating a very short book into a feature film, Warner Bros. wanted to make it into a game, too. Not surprisingly, the interactive version doesn’t have much to do with the book or the movie; developer Griptonite Games had to come up with a new vision.
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Overall 6
5.6
Gameplay 6
5.5
Graphics 7
6.8
Sound 6
6.2
Longevity 4
3.7

Where The Wild Things Are: The Videogame

NowGamer
21 December 2009
Overall 7
6.5

Where the Wild Things Are

Gaming Evolution
28 October 2009
  • Conclusion: While I’m sure this game won’t be a high priority for those looking for adventure titles like Uncharted 2: Among Thieves or Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time, Where the Wild Things Are is an enjoyable gaming experience. Sure the developer opted for a different path than that of the book, but it was done to create an enjoyable experience for players of all ages to enjoy. I believe the game to provide and experience left out of the book.
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Overall 6
6.0

Where the Wild Things Are Review

GamerNode
27 October 2009
  • Excerpt: If you were ever a child (and somehow I’m willing to wager that you once were or currently are one), then you’ve likely encountered Maurice Sendak’s award-winning tale, Where the Wild Things Are. Being one of the most acclaimed children’s books of all time, it comes as no surprise that this story of a child’s imagination and anger has been adapted into a Hollywood film. The film, of course, has given rise to a video game… and it’s actually not bad.
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