Excerpt: I remember distinctly a conversation between myself and two of my friends when "Napoleon Dynamite" first hit theatres in limited release. I'd never heard of it, but they seemed to think that going to see it would be an excellent way to spend the afternoon. They convinced me, we saw the film and enjoyed it for what it was - an indie movie about a painfully nerdy kid with a funny name that sadly didn't measure up to the last popular indie movie about a nerdy kid with a...
Excerpt: It's difficult to imagine a less needed game than Napoleon Dynamite: The Game, and yet, here it is. This handheld collection assembles a series of less-than-stellar minigames and builds them around a number of wacky characters and situations from the 2004 oddball cult-classic comedy film. This is the sort of game you'd see quickly churned out to coincide with a film's release or at least some kind of DVD release. That's not the case here.
Pros: Cut-and-paste graphical style is amusing
Cons: The bulk of the minigames aren't fun, Lack of audio causes a lot of the gags to fall flat, Frequent and annoying load times
Summary: Napoleon Dynamite is an amazing movie with a fair bit of popularity and the game fits the fan service bill perfectly, but unless you’re a seriously devoted fan, rent this game. If you’re a serious Napoleon Dynamite fan, you shouldn’t even be reading this. Go buy it now.
Pros: -100% Napoleon Dynamite fan service., -Fairly hilarious., -Very fun to play while it lasts., -Well-varied collection of mini games., -Cheap price for those who actually want to buy it., -Voices done by the original cast., -Unique Napoleon Dynamite art style.
Cons: -Extremely short. (2 hours), -So easy that even most 5 year-olds will probably have no trouble., -Very long loading times, considering the game is nothing but 2D mini games., -Bonus unlockables aren’t very impressive.
Summary: Несмотря на простоту, освоение всего набора мини-игр вырывает из жизни аж восемь часов с лишним. Расстаться с ними ради столь сомнительного досуга захотят только те, кто в переписке с друзьями регулярно цитирует героев фильма и хранит в шкафу коллекционное издание "Наполеона", купленное на "Амазоне".