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...