Conclusion: Final Comments - Buy,rent,avoid and anything else you would like to say If you're an achievement junkie you should rent. If you are a player that demands a minimum of mediocrity, this is one you might want to avoid.
Excerpt: Shrek the Third is your typical movie licensed video game. It follows the story of the movie, features characters from the movie, looks kind of like the movie and is simple enough that even the movie's youngest fans could play through it. Sadly this means it's not a good game.
Conclusion: Overall, Shrek the Third is a really fun family
game. The gameplay is very simple and anybody
can pitch in simultaneously thanks to the
incredibly easy controls. Though the camera can
be problematic at times, the impressive
animation compensates for that.
Excerpt: To coincide with the release of the DreamWorks Animation film, Shrek the Third arrives for the Xbox 360. Based on the movie, Shrek embarks on a brand new journey through a mystical, fairy tale world. Donkey, Fiona and Puss in Boots are back and better than ever and in hi-definition.
Excerpt: Genre: Action/Adventure Publisher: Activision Developer: 7 Studios Release Date: May 14, 2007 Sometimes, I can't help but go into a game with certain expectations. If I'm getting ready to play a Final Fantasy game, I expect a long, deep story starring a whiny teenage protagonist.
Excerpt: First Impressions My reaction is Shrek the third is a perfect example of an incomplete and unpolished game that is rushed to accompany the movie’s release date. The game overall is interesting yet lacking in my concepts and ways.
Conclusion: I have always thought it is extremely difficult for game developers who are working with today’s animated movies to try and recreate it in a video game. The biggest issue is that you are going to compare the game to the movie and the graphics in the movie far supersede anything the game has to...