Reviews and Problems with Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie
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Peter Jackson's King Kong
Game Over Online
9 January 2015
Excerpt: Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie; not exactly the sexiest name for a videogame. Could you imagine if others followed suit? Madden NFL 06: The Official Game of the National Football League. How about Agatha Christie: And Then There Were None - The Official Game of the Novel.
Conclusion: If your looking for the easy 1000G then there some cheats for guns, ammo and such but i thought it was still a good and fun game to play even without the cheats. The puzzles are fun and playing as Kong is very interesting to see in a game. I felt very good after ripping about 20 V-Rexes jaws apart .
Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie review (X360)
22 May 2010
Excerpt: There’s a moment in Peter Jackson’s King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie where you control an angry fifty-foot gorilla on a rampage. Kong is pissed; Ann Darrow, an actress filming on location, had just caught his eye when some giant mutant bat insolently swooped down and pinched her from his...
Conclusion: King Kong is a solid title, albeit a bit short for some people’s taste. The game took me around 10 hours or so to complete, but it felt just right. Any longer I would have gotten tired of chucking spears at bats and lighting bushes on fire.
Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie Review
7 November 2006
Excerpt: In the world of movie-licensed videogames there are usually two types: the shockingly poor cash-in and the mediocre, but playable game that's fun for most age groups. Sure, you get an exception from time to time (although GoldenEye is the only game that comes to mind), but you never expect a game...
Excerpt: Last year, Peter Jackson missed his annual event. From 2001 to 2003, Jackson and crew gave eager movie goers an early Christmas gift, releasing each part of their Lord of the Rings trilogy by mid December.
Excerpt: *In this epic adventure, you will experience the fateful legend of Kong from the perspective of both man and beast. Survive Skull Island as unwitting hero Jack Driscoll in first-person shooting action, and unleash the staggering power of the 25-foot-tall King Kong in third-person action sequences.
Summary: Only way I wouldn't recommend this game is if you don't want to be spoiled by the ending. If you want to be totally surprised by the movie itself, avoid this until you watch the movie and then play this. The game is too short but for how much you put into it, you'll get a lot out of the experience.
Pros: King Kong is bad ass to use. No HUDs seems perfect for the game
Cons: Too short! Needed more levels to play as King Kong himself