Reviews and Problems with Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
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Hard to navagate
6 August 2013
Summary: I have a four and five year old. It was tricky to figure out what game to play and getting it to have multiple players. They liked it but a little challenging if you don't have full readers. Or older siblings to help navigate the start.
Excerpt: Great fun... An ideal game for someone new to the world of wii as it builds you up to the challenges and how the controls work. There is an underlying story and it really is cute and funny because there are different characters (as in the movies) and they have their voices and different strengths/attributes which are used throughout the game.
Summary: I gave this to my 12 year old nephew for his birthday. He had seen the film but not played the game and immediately put it on and started playing. It's not exactly action-packed or fast-paced and we all know early teenage boys like shoot-em ups the most, but he did enjoy playing and seemed to like to change his character several times with the different games. The assault course and the football game went down well.
Summary: Sous son habillage stylé, RED STEEL offre un jeu d'action plutot agréable si on n'est pas rebuté par les séquences d'affrontements au sabre et au flingue ( tous les deux customisables contre des sous " qui trainent : suffit de détruire tout le décors pou amasser l'argent => extension de durée de vie artificielle ?) sans possibilité de se soigner ..