Reviews and Problems with Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
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Night at the Museum 2 (Wii) Review
29 May 2009
Summary: Many would yawn at the mere mention of a museum visit, although few would argue against going if in Larry Daley's shoes, where exhibits and creatures come to life. With Night at the Museum 2 showing in cinemas as I type, does the inevitable video game tie-in on Wii fall like so many before it?
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian Review
Cheat Code Central
20 May 2009
Conclusion: Least is also a regrettably accurate way to describe BOTS’s gameplay value as well. Besides the meager two hour (at best) campaign, there really isn’t much else to do here. You can always find all of the collectibles scattered throughout the game but most will be easily discovered during your first...
Conclusion: There are collectables to gather and trophies to earn for your display case, but there's very little reason to return to Night at the Museum: Battle for the Smithsonian once you're done, which means that you've just relived the film in about the same amount of time it takes to watch, but at four...
Pros: Younger players will like the simple puzzles, Different powers lead to some clever moments, Varied gameplay.
Cons: Shorter than Napoleon, Terrible platforming sequences, Lame humor.
Excerpt: The path developers tread when creating movie tie-in video games is rarely an easy one. While impressive, the successful conversions are vastly outnumbered by the failures; of which there have been some absolute stinkers. Therefore, the odds were fairly stacked against