Summary: This game is not very good. It almost reminded me of Ecco The Dolphin from years ago on Sega except that was way better than this game. The game play is hard to master and remember with so many different moves. It is very hard to see and you kind of get dizzy trying to figure out where you are. It lacks a lot of things and I would not recommend it.
Summary: the 3ds version has blood and people screaming when you kill them. the wii version has no blood and is boring. the controls are bad...they could have used the wiimote much better than they did...controlling jaws is way to sensitive. makes it hard to control him. graphics are horrible even for wii standards...cut scenes are just images..the 3ds graphics are great and even more in 3d.
Summary: My son is in love with jaws. He's 9 and a wiz at video games. When we received this game he was ecstatic. It was everything he wanted. Unfortunately he conquered the game in a week. But he loved every minute of it.
Summary: Cool game. Not cutting edge, but worth a laugh. You're not really playing it for the challenge anyway. The fun is in the knowing what's coming, but looking forward to it anyway. Game is mostly for "Jaws" lovers. Graphics are glitchy. Play is archaic. It's fun for fun's sake. Not for hardcore, or even mid-level, gamers. This is something you buy for a friend who loves "Jaws" not for someone who expects a gaming experience. It is very graphic.
Summary: I've had to give it some stars in order to give this review. The disc will not play, I'd like to keep it to see if I can crack the issue, but the console doesn't seem to be able to read it. I think it's a bit like a Region 1 DVD not being recognised by a Region 2 DVD player. Could anyone on here help, or is this disc completely useless to me?
Summary: How can you screw up a game about a shark eating people? This entirely awful game manages to do so in so many ways that you simply have to play it to understand how truly awful it is (but don't bother). The biggest issues aside from the idiotic story and the ugly Atari 2600 quality graphics are the controls and the camera. Neither work. This game is seriously broken.
Summary: I'm only a casual gamer, so I sort of went into Jaws: Ultimate Predator more or less blindly, reading just a handful of so-so reviews beforehand. I played it to completion - about 20 levels over a span of 6 to 8 hours - and I have mixed feelings about it. First the good. I really liked the variety of environments the game offers; it isn't just looking at the same old ocean floor over and over again.
Summary: I rented this game thankfully instead of buying it. I'm fairly good at video games in general and this game was impossible. Bad control, bad UI, you name it. I couldn't get past the first task as the game would just now work. Very sad that Universal licenses such a valuable franchise to anybody.