Excerpt: Sadly this is you basic dinsney game that is released on the back of the film,i tend to find these games are short and dont have much content and i found the same with this game. Its a basic platform with some different levels to play. Your aim is to complete different tasks on different levels and on your way collect hoops points and shells,the graphics are very good and look just like the film,the game play is pretty easy however when you are nemo he floats which makes...
Excerpt: Based on the film the characters take to the centre stage again in their own adventure game. If you have not seen the film, the story follows Nemo a young clownfish who gets captured by a diver on his first day at school. His father (Marlin) see's it and goes to the rescue. In the game you can become Nemo, Marlin and Dory in the deep sea adventure. There are over 20 levels plus loads of mini-games to play as well and bouns games too.
Excerpt: I enjoyed the film Finding Nemo so when I saw the game I thought I must have it. I completed the game that very same day. The game follows the story of the film and it is very easy to complete. It was definately designed more with younger kids in mind. BACKGROUND / GAMEPLAY ======================= Throughout the game, as you make your way through each level, you have to complete simple tasks such as killing enemies, collecting rings and placing pearls in order according...
Excerpt: This game is brilliant for both kids and adults, I found myself addicted to this game once I had figured out the manoeuvres etc. The good thing about it is that it does relate to the film unlike many other games for example the PC version of Pirates of the Caribbean. The game takes you through the different levels of progress towards finding Nemo, throughout the game you play as Nemo, Dory and Marlin and work both singly and also as a team swapping between Marlin and...
Pros: Great interactive fun for all ages !
Cons: Getting stuck on some levels gets frustrating !
Excerpt: I do happen to own this game and have actually played it a bit. I havn't played it much though so I obviously don't know all the aspects of the game but I did get a overview of what the game is like which in my opinion is enough to write a review on. I can say that after completing some levels I see theere are cutscenes from the film which is a nice little touch for younger viewers.
Excerpt: The finding Nemo animated movie was great, probably the best animated movie I had seen. THQ previously made an agreement to take transform the magical movie that everyone loved into a playable game for consoles, and they did…but the question is did the game turn out to be as entertaining as the movie?.. The game unlike the film is aimed at a narrower audience, mostly kids!.
Excerpt: All children like spending pocket money and mine are no different, so after Christmas armed with bulging purses from their present money (well 20% of it they have to save the rest!) off we went to the shops to chose ‘something special’. Having seen the film of Finding Nemo as recommended by countless Ciao reviews Ellen, my 5 year old chose the playstation 2 game.
Summary: This video game is rather repetitive. Most levels involve merely swimming through rings over and over. However, given this simple game play a younger child will probably find it too difficult or frustrating to play it for long. You are given plenty of chances to practice a level in the face of failure, so with some patience each level can be finished.
Summary: My 4-year old son went through his little "Nemo phase", so of course we had to try the PS2 game out. Here are the good and the not so good.... PROS --Graphics are top notch. Characters are instantly recognizable. Lots of movie footage. --Sound is impressive as well; the voices are here and so are the sound effects. --Lots of different challenges; game appears to be pretty lengthy. CONS --Play control can be a little awkward, so the kids may get frustrated.
Summary: We chanced upon this game at the local video store and began playing it while our friend looked around. When we left, we had been there for an hour and a half, all the while playing the game. The game is extremely simple, operatable and probably comprehendable by a 5- or 6-year-old. You basically use the directional pad and a little speed burst button. The premise pretty much follows the movie, and you spend most of the game traversing the ocean.