Reviews and Problems with Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie
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KING KONG XBOX GAME
4 January 2012
Summary: This was a purchase for my 10yr old son who loved the movie and wanted the game. He has played it relentlessly since and has not completed it yet. He loves it and thinks the graphics are good for an older game. It came on time and in the good condition as prescribed so very pleased.
It's got the Kong bit right but it's hardly a king......
D. Climo, amazon.co.uk
17 December 2007
Summary: Now, I expect that after sitting through Peter Jackson's film of the same name you'd get the feeling you'd want to be Kong. Well after sitting through it myself in my then nearest local multiplex two years ago I was quite keen myself, especially after playing the demo where you take on the V-Rex's.
Summary: Simply the best game I have played on the Xbox. Ok, so it is quite short, but the gameplay is fantastic. There are puzzles and trickier bits when playing as Jack, but the real highlight of the game is the awesome power of Kong - never mind that these sections are pretty simple. Totally satisfying.
Summary: This game is very realistic (apart from the fact that there's a 30ft monkey in it). What i mean by realistic is that you really have to watch your ammo, you're not invincible and it has no HUD. This gives it a very cinematic effect, with quite detailed graphics and fairly good gameplay.
Summary: I have just got this game and i was stunned to see just how amazing the graphics were, it shows that the xbox can still produce quality games. the gameplay is so swift and the new first person element is good with no hud options. To have the most out of this game leave it off.
Summary: I picked this up thinking here we go another movie tie-in relying on the name of the film to sell it!poor graphics,poor gameplay, just another waste of my hard earned money.But I have to say I was pleasently suprised,for the main part of the game you play Jack Driscoll, exploring the island with...
Summary: King kong is the best movie licensed game since the all time classic N64 Goldeneye, but for significantly different reasons. Where Kong excels is in the fantastically rendered atmosphere of Skull Island...This is a beautiful but dangerous place, populated with savage beasts and treacherous terrain.