Excerpt: "When Over The Hedge was released in theatres in 2006, it became very popular with children and adults alike, and the reaction from viewers was mainly positive. The game, however, didn't get so lucky. In my opinion, games tend to lose some of their magic when they're based off a movie (with the exception of a few), and this was no exception. However, the game also had a few advantages and was nowhere near as bad as some of the latest low-quality games. ...
Cons: Camera angles, animations, lack of checkpoints, voice acting .
Summary: A lot of the action happens in the night. My children (6 and 5 years old) often say that they can't see what's going on. There's definitely a lot of fighting. There are 35 levels. At the end of the 27th there is jumping between folding platforms that I can't go through leave alone children. There are 3 kinds of mini games. But all the fighting does tier you out. Not something sweet you would like to come back again and again like Happy feet.