Reviews and Problems with Build-A-Bear Workshop: A Friend Fur All Seasons
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Build-A-Bear Workshop: A Friend Fur All Seasons (Wii)
The Review Busters
18 January 2009
Conclusion: A Wii game that has no gameplay and numerous glitches? That seems to be a common thing any more. Even as a kid’s game I don’t think this is any good. Only 2 hours of gameplay and the same mini games over and over again? Build-A-Bear is a train wreck and a disgrace. Buy something else for your young ones.
Excerpt: You've probably all passed by the store, the Build-A-Bear store that is, at some point. But you might not have ventured inside. Whether you did or not, you can now bring the joy of Build-A-Bear home with the new videogame Build-A-Bear Workshop: A Friend Fur All Seasons . The graphics are very simple, but quite pleasant. Each island has a different season associated with it, so of course they all looked individual. You could tell which island you were on at a glance.
A fun adventure game that's smack full of commercialism.
Common Sense Media
24 December 2008
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a game that promotes the play experience found at the Build-A-Bear Workshop retail stores. While the game is fun to explore and offers 20 varied minigames that make good use of the Wii remote, the commercialism is insidious with each island you visit hosting a Build-a-Bear Store. Children play through a number of games and have to do well enough in each area to unlock another.
Excerpt: En bamse er ikke længere bare en bamse. I al fald ikke hvis den kommer fra en Build-A-Bear Workshop, for så er det vigtigt hvad der står på den. Build-A-Bear har således oparbejdet et fremragende koncept, hvor selv små piger på 3 år kan sige firmaets navn. Nedenfor ser vi på spillet der heller ikke lægger skjul på, at det kommer fra Build-A-Bear Workshoppen.