Reviews and Problems with Disney's Meet the Robinsons
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13 April 2007
Summary: As video games go, Disney's Meet the Robinsons probably won't be mentioned very often in the same breath with such games as Jak & Daxter, The Legend of Zelda, or Tomb Raider. Nevertheless, it borrows heavily from those and other classic games, with generally solid results.
Pros: Environments offer solid dungeon crawling and puzzle solving, different gadgets are fun to use and equally handy, plenty to do, Harlan Williams and Adam West lend their voices to Carl and Uncle Art in memorable fashion
Cons: Puzzles and enemies tend to be easy to figure out, graphics aren't as extravagant as they could be, particularly on the PC and Xbox 360, minigames don't allow multiplayer competition, Motion-sensitive controls don't justify the $20 price hike over the GameCube version
Excerpt: Meet the Robinsons , according to early reports, is a good movie full of action and personality. It’s exactly the sort of license that practically demands a game, and that’s precisely what Disney Interactive Studios has provided.