Excerpt: Monster vs. Aliens is in a scary category. Monsters? Aliens? No, the category to which I refer is game's based on movie licenses, a category that gets even scarier when you're talking about movie's primarily aimed at kids. After turning all the lights on and checking all of the doors twice I sat down to play Monsters vs. Aliens and found that it's not all that scary after all.
Excerpt: Activision and Dreamworks have teamed up for another video game based on an animated movie by Dreamworks. Monsters vs. Aliens is a game based on the movie of the same name where a team of monsters held by the U.S. government have to fend off an invasion from alien invaders. Does this platformer stack up well against its next-gen counterparts?
Excerpt: Monsters vs Aliens the video game is based on the Dreamworks movie of the same name. The Wii and Xbox 360 versions of the game were used for this review thanks to our fantastic friends at Activision. The US government has hidden away monsters, and use them in the fight against invading aliens. Players take on the role of the various monsters as they fight to save the planet. B.O.B., Dr.
Excerpt: Monsters Vs. Aliens (MVA) is a solid action adventure title that is let down mainly by a lack of effort in game design. For a licensed title, MVA is certainly above average, and in many aspects, it is actually a decent game. Enjoying a licensed game is a rare event indeed, but MVA actually manages to entertain for a while. However, the game’s biggest downfall is the repetitive nature of the game.
Excerpt: Monsters vs Aliens Review Script Version Tested: PlayStation 3 After striking comedic gold with an ogre and donkey duo, DreamWorks is at it again with another unlikely match; Monsters vs. Aliens. After faring well with moviegoers, does the videogame adaptation have what it takes to be an out-of-this-world experience? Monsters vs. Aliens features your classic ‘visitors from outer space’ tale, but with a slight twist.