Reviews and Problems with Army Men: Soldiers of Misfortune
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i dont like this game
francisco , GameStop
8 August 2011
Summary: I got this game because it looked fun but its is not even close. Your the littleboy tryng to shoot his toys. It is very hard to move and aim and it gets very frustrating. The game makes no sense and i would not recomend it to anyone.
Summary: I purchased this as a gift for my 3yr old because his older brother plays army games on a ps3 all the time and my 3yr old wants to play them, however they are way to old for him. This game looked like it would be a good place for him to start learning to play. You have to use the numb chuck and the controller which makes it difficult for even me to play the game. it's a cute game but a little more difficult than what i was wanting.
Summary: This was purchased for our two older sons to play with but my husband loves it and plays it every bit as much as they do. They love to 'rescue' the Army soldiers and they help each other spot weapons and enemy fighters. Way cheaper than I could have bought it on Ebay at Christmastime. My ten year old is better at it than the six year old is, but they both have a good time with it.
Summary: I bought this game for my 4 yr old son as a Christmas gift and we've already taken it to Game Stop to trade it in for something else. He got bored of it VERY quickly and I played it with him to see if it would help him like it, and it didn't matter. I didn't even like it, so I couldn't blame my son for not liking it either. My 3 other kids played it as well and they all shut it off after about 5 minutes.
Summary: When my child first played it he was blown away by the graphics in it. He is 7 so anything with alot of color and army figures he loves. Anyone can really play it. The game is very entertaining because it keeps little minds busy and intrigued and they ask alot of questions about the games, that is the most fascinating part about it, kids ask the darndest things.
Summary: The game is difficult to control and after all the effort of getting to a certain objective, the rewards aren't that great; you just don't feel good about it. I played this with my 5 year old son after we spent some time on Lego Indiana Jones and expected something just as interesting, but found ourselves shutting the game down after just 5 minutes of play and returned to Indiana Jones. I don't recommend this.