Excerpt: It's the Summer of the trilogy, with Spider-Man 3 kicking it off, followed by Pirates 3, and now Shrek 3. And just like the movie industry, the videogame industry follows the same trend with game iterations of each movie.
Excerpt: Based on the movie of the same name, Shrek the Third for PlayStation2, Wii, and Xbox 360 doesn't have to work too hard to be as good as the movie because the movie wasn't particularly good in the first place.
Conclusion: Most movie games reduce feature-film characters to kludge-y cutouts and awkward zombies; Shrek The Third finds a way to keep them alive.
Pros: The most—okay, only—innovative scene features Captain Hook leading a musical number, and the song (more or less) syncs up with a fight scene and a chorus line; clobber enough pirates, and the next verse starts.
Cons: Some of the maneuvers feel rough around the edges, like jumping for a gold coin outside your sightline, or throwing a small wooden ball at a narrow target.
Summary: "Je velký, je zelený, je sympatický, je to zlobr. Ano, øeè je o Shrekovi. S tímto chlapíkem a také s jeho kamarády kocourem v botách a princeznou Fionou, se pokusíte zachránit království Far Far Away pøed útokem prince Krasonì, který se díky armádì hodlá zmocnit trùnu.