Reviews and Problems with Where the Wild Things Are
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fun fun fun
22 June 2013
Summary: I loved this game! I originally bought it for my son who loves all wtwta stuff. I usually don't like video games based on films but this was the exception. It was entertaining and imaginitve and just challenging enough to keep it interesting. I had a lot of fun alternating turns with my son.
Summary: It's cute and fun. A good time passer. Not too hard, not too easy. I like it, although a bit more story would be nice. It's basically just little adventures here and there and not much narrative.
Summary: I'm sorry to disagree with everyone, but this is actually a pretty fun experience. The mechanics are inventive, the atmosphere is memorable, and the level design is actually something I would expect from a top-notch developer. THIS is how you make a licensed game when you have no time or money.
Nothing special, but not as bad as you might think.
Armando N. Roman, Amazon
5 April 2010
Summary: You know what's funny? The game version of Where the Wild Things Are is better than the movie. It actually has a plot, the characters are developed a little instead of just throwing fits now and then, and it's interesting. I'm wondering if maybe the scripts for this and the movie got mixed up.
Summary: Usually I never go out of my way to buy role playing video games, I like simple games that keep me entertained. Usually the rock band and guitar hero games and gta iv do that perfectly for me but I decided to take a chance on this.
Summary: This game is obviously a spin off from the book/movie, but thankfully doesn't have the same storyline as the film which is the mistake most games like this make. The game is played as Max, and there are 11 levels, plus a village level where you live with the wild things.