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7.0 out of 10

Hannah Montana: The Movie

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Hannah Montana The Movie

True achievements
25 November 2009
  • Conclusion: In short, the game is what it is: a game targeted toward young girls that happens to have easy achievements for quick points. On the other hand, the game could be a lot worse. I actually found this fairly enjoyable for what it is, and not much of a grind at all. 3 stars, mainly because the easy achievements came at relatively little cost, both in terms of time and annoyance. Not a great game, but not awful.
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Movie-based game gets girls dancing (and shopping).

Common Sense Media
23 November 2009
  • Summary: Parents need to know that this is a game based on Hannah Montana The Movie . It combines a story adventure with musical rhythm games and features 11 Hannah Montana songs. The theme of consumerism is present as the character of Hannah Montana/Miley Stewart shops a lot for clothes in stores sprinkled throughout this world. Plus, players will spend a lot of time changing Hannah/Miley's clothes. However, some of the gameplay allows for designing new clothes.
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Hannah Montana: The Movie Game

swapgame
24 February 2009
Overall 3
3.0

Hannah Montana: The Movie

Console Monster
19 August 2010
  • Summary: Some of you may know Miley Cyrus for her Musical Career, some of you may know Miley Cyrus for her split personality role in Hannah Montana a country girl by day and a rock star by night, however, you know you're about to see a different side to Miley Cyrus as she sings and awkwardly dances her way on to our Xbox 360 in Hannah Montana: The Movie.
  • Pros: Fun Mini Games, Good Animation
  • Cons: Clunky and Unresponsive Controls, Terrible Background Music, Cheap attempt at cashing in on the Move
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