Reviews and Problems with Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Review
25 July 2006
Excerpt: Do videogames based on movies really need to hit shelves the day their films open? "Of course!" answer marketing teams everywhere. What better time for games like Van Helsing or Fantastic 4 to shake their moneymakers than when their companion films are still big news, burning brightly in people's...
Excerpt: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 's developers managed to capture the look and feel of Tim Burton's vision throughout the game, especially where the cinematics are concerned. The voiceover work is truly top notch, in many cases nearly indistinguishable from the movie's actual cast, many of whom did...
Conclusion: I can�t imagine kids even wanting to play this game and it is a weak effort to make money from a popular movie license. When a game is released in the state that this one is in all it does is serve as clutter on the store shelves and bargain bins.
Conclusion: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory pleasantly surprised us, we honestly thought it was going to be a pile of rubbish but it turned out to be quite a good little game that appeals to the young and the old, it brings back the real lost in another world feeling that so many games nowadays are missing.
Conclusion: In all, this is rather what I would expect from this kind of movie tie-in. I’d find something else to play and go watch both films and read the book, plus its sequel. Much more entertaining.
Pros: Voice work., Some cutscenes., Um… it’s cheerful and upbeat.
Cons: Gameplay problems., The vague goals don’t suit a kid's game., Camera., Visuals.
Excerpt: A L'HEUREUX GAGNANT DE CE TICKET D'OR... Bonjour à toi ! Moi, Willy Donka je t'invite, avec quatre autres enfants dans ma merveilleuse Chocolaterie. Je vous guiderai à travers l'établissement et vous révèlerai quelques-uns de mes délicieux secrets. A la fin de la journée, l'un de vous...
Excerpt: Responsable de l'adaptation GBA du dernier film de Tim Burton, Charlie et la Chocolaterie, l'équipe de Digital Eclipse nous invite à revivre l'histoire de Charlie Bucket par le biais de nos consoles portables, là où les versions PC et consoles de salon n'ont pas réussi à nous convaincre.