Reviews and Problems with Jumper: Griffin's Story
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Gamers should "jump" away from this bad brawler.
Common Sense Media
25 May 2008
Summary: Parents need to know that this is a fighting game featuring hand-to-hand combat. The violence isn't that graphic because there is no blood and bodies disappear after falling to the ground. Parents should also know players will be treated to ten different "drop zone" cinematic sequences that quickly teleport Griffin and the enemy to another spot on earth -- and Griffin leaves the baddie in a comprising situation before zapping back to the present location.
Conclusion: Here lays just another sad tale of movie-turned-game that is underdeveloped and bad beyond belief. It has truly gotten to the point where I can not tell if the movie industry is just trying to play a cruel trick on us gamers by giving the go ahead on these projects. The concept of Jumper could actually make a fairly interesting game, but I would prefer that losses are just accepted at this point and we go our separate ways.