Reviews and Problems with Wallace & Gromit: Project Zoo
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Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo Review
11 March 2010
Conclusion: Platformer games are a dime a dozen and it really must be a daunting task for developers to stretch the boundaries of the genre. That being said Project Zoo provides a solid platforming experience, but it certainly doesn’t do anything we haven’t seen before. Fans of the series should definitely give it a shot because the game does do the Wallace & Gromit name justice in every respect.
Excerpt: It’s what Wallace and Gromit fans worldwide, both young and old, have been waiting for a long time, and now the digital version of the animated plasticine people is here. Unlike the masses, I was never much of a fan of the W&G duo, but I’m sure their charm appeals to a large number. However, it’s the game I’m here to judge, so let’s get on with it. It’s a 3D platformer. It’s based around a popular children’s television personality. Anyone expect anything new? No? Good...
Excerpt: Though Aardman's unique style of character design and stop-motion animation seems to be everywhere now, showing up in Chevron ads and in the full-length feature Chicken Run , it all really started with a man and his dog and their trip to the moon. Those familiar with Wallace & Gromit can attest to the oddball sense of humor found in the animated shorts, and they can also attest to the fact that Wallace and Gromit have the rare ability to appeal to both children and...