Reviews and Problems with The Adventures Of Tintin
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Review: The Adventures of Tintin
All About Symbian
18 May 2012
Summary: Sideways scrolling platform games aren’t as popular as they used to be. To maintain interest in a genre, developers need to come up with unique twists that will keep gamers coming back for more. Failing that, a good movie tie-in never hurts. Fortunately, GameLoft has managed to do both with The Adventures of Tintin.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn -- The Game
Common Sense Media
18 December 2011
Summary: Parents need to know that The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn –- The Game is a simple action/adventure game that follows the plot of the film of the same name . Players will get a good feel for the tale’s classic characters, particularly the noble and admirable teenage reporter Tintin, while solving some simple contextual puzzles and beating up bad guys who stand in their way.
Conclusion: In conclusion, we can safely say that this video game adaptation of the popular blockbuster is better than some might expect, but it still has some rough edges to smooth out before we can truly call it a great game. The shortness of the experience will disappoint some players and overall, even if it’s an adaptation, the game sticks too close to the movie to truly become a worthy stand-alone experience.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn review – Thundering platforming typhoons!
17 December 2011
Excerpt: With a movie on the horizon, based on the cult classic books by Belgian artist and writer Herge, the time is finally right for a Tintin game, even if it takes its inspiration more from the film than directly from the original source material.