Excerpt: Ah, Guinea pigs. The term’s a bit of a misnomer: they’re actually a species of rodents originating from the Andes, not pigs or from a Pacific island nation. Originally bred for food (and still served as a culinary delight in some locations), they’ve since found their niche as cute and fuzzy...
Excerpt: Although most gamers these days don’t expect much from movie based games, however there have been a few which have broken this mould. Wolverine comes to mind but given the market of this game, Disney's G-Force needs to reviewed at its intended audience, the younger gamer and interestingly enough,...
Excerpt: I have yet to see Disney’s recently released 3D movie G-Force in theatres. I know that the inevitable trip to my local Cineplex is not far away though given that my 5 year old daughter keeps asking me to take her to see it.
A Refreshingly Not-Terrible Game Based on a Kid's Movie
22 September 2009
Excerpt: Surprisingly, G-Force actually uses the traditional action platforming blueprint to produce something fun. The story is about an evil corporation that tries to take over the world by turning everyday appliances into robotic devils.
Conclusion: But if you're an achievement "whore", you might want to skip this game, as the skippable collection achievements, and the 8 hour achievement will probably drive you mad. Those achievements together are harder than actually beating the game on the hardest difficulty.
Excerpt: If there was anything to be said about movie tie-ins that are released during the summer months, then I’ve said it. The kids have their six-week summer break going on and about two weeks in, that stops being very fun for the parents.