Conclusion: As I’ve pointed out numerous times, Open Season’s only true flaw is its lack of replay value. You’ll find the Story Mode interesting the first time, but after that, it’s just about getting the achievements you may have missed at that point. From a one-night stand perspective, Open Season is a great, refreshing game in the company of poor movie-to-game translations, and is an overall treat to fans of the movie and Sony Pictures’ writing and art style, and anyone with a...
Conclusion: Great game for little kids or someone that want to boost there gamerscore real quick in about 4 to 7 hours. Buy or Rent: If you can pick the game up for 12.00$ or less, pcik up if not just rent it. Graphics: Very good graphics for this title which was release in 2006 i tihnk a 7/10 is a good number for the graphics.
Summary: Ubisoft has produced a video game based on the Open Season animated film for every active game-playing device under the sun. Although they're all action adventure games patterned after the movie and share some aspects in common, the games are different from one another in terms of overall execution and quality. Without question, the least interesting of the bunch is the multiplatform version produced for the PC, Xbox, GameCube, PlayStation 2, and Xbox 360 platforms.
Pros: Boog eventually gains a good variety of skills and weapons, Extras include minigames and art galleries, Achievements are easy to earn
Cons: Game is nearly over by the time you have access to all of Boog's abilities, Too many inane fetch quests, Few levels make use of all of Boog's skills, Graphics and audio lack detail and personality, Dialogue scenes are lifeless and not funny
Conclusion: Attempting to fill the large absence of children's games on the 360 (or perhaps kick off the genre), Ubisoft released Open Season a week before the movie hits theatres. The story mostly centers on Boog, a loveable, domesticated bear content to live out his days in the garage of a local Park Ranger, and Elliot, a one-horned, wise-cracking deer constantly getting into trouble.
Summary: Team up with a cast of crazy critters, unleashing your animal instincts in Open Seasonâ„¢, the game â€“ a riotous romp in the great outdoors in which a rowdy brood of forest animals turns the tables on a bunch of unsuspecting hunters.