Summary: I bought this game for my boys because they loved playing Shrek 2 for Gamecube and still play it on the Wii. As I'm writing this review my older son is playing while my younger son is watching which is just stupid. What type of video game for children only allows one player to play at a time?
Summary: Our family really enjoyed the original Xbox version of Shrek 2. It had an appropriate amount of puzzles and actions, its multi-player functionality, and graphics was rather rich (stages, items, interactivity, etc). So naturally we thought Shrek 3 would have been an upgrade.
Summary: I'n not sure if this game follows the plot of the 3rd installment of Shrek, but wow is it violent! It starts off with Shrek and the cat (Puss in Boots?) beating up various baddies and collecting beer steins/coins.
Summary: My 9 year old son and I bought SHrek 3 because of the fun we had playing SHrek 2 on Gamecube. They both have the same format - except only one person can play at a time unless you play the minigames. It took us forever to get through SHrek 2 because it was hard and things weren't as easily found.
Summary: this game is a disgrace, i had played it for about 4 hours when the credits came on saying it was finished. £24.99 for a 4 hour game is terrible. i would not recommend this game. the game play was fun and the graphics where not bad but the lenght is the thing that lets the game down.
Excerpt: I dint like this game. You didnt do much at all it was all combat and at that, the fighting buttens were terribble as well. you go by level to level collecting items and also fighting goons, pirates and other beasts, you also have to save up special stuff to do special attacks.
Excerpt: I bought a Wii in June of this year. I probibly spent £500 on this next generation console and about 10 games. It is a bit ridiculous for something that would come down in price over a couple of months to a year.
Pros: Plenty of Shrek
Cons: bad Celebrity voices, terrible camera angles .