Reviews and Problems with The Adventures of Tintin
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The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn The Game Review
21 January 2012
Excerpt: I'm not sure why I expected something good to come from Ubisoft's The Adventures of Tintin, the tie-in game based on the Steven Spielberg/Peter Jackson CGI movie. Maybe it's that the film's trailers look gorgeous, or that the footage I've seen of the game suggested it'd be a stylish platformer.
Excerpt: Tintin is a Belgian boy who somehow manages to be a journalist without ever writing a word, who knocks out grown men twice his size with a single fling of his fist, and who lives in a world where the only woman is a jolly opera singer who exists only to make us laugh.
Conclusion: Concept: Take the upcoming Spielberg film based on a European comic and deliver an experience that feels like a child’s budget version of Uncharted
Graphics: Cutscene animation is rough, but gameplay animation looks great.
Adventures of TinTin: Secret Of The Unicorn – Review (PS3, 360)
16 November 2011
Excerpt: When it comes to games being made with a film tie in i am always a bit dubious. The last one i played, and so far the only game that i nearly destroyed property over, involved a genetically modified primate, some prehistoric animals, a screaming women and an island that looked like a head !!
Excerpt: Young or old, you should have heard of Tintin. He is a likable reporter, with a nose for a good story that has a tendency to land him in the most diabolical of situations. Now whilst you are not playing as Lara Croft or Nathan Drake in this action adventure game, there is something special about...
Conclusion: I take my reviews seriously and go into as much depth and detail about everything that i can do to give you guys a full rundown of what to expect for your cash. If their is something you don't like or agree with or something you would like to see added then let me know and i shall add more...
Conclusion: Hardcore fans may enjoy The Adventures of Tintin while it lasts but unfortunately that will not be very long, and the time never feels overly well spent either. The main game is shockingly short but at least that will free you up to go and play something with a little more depth and entertainment.
Conclusion: There are some problems with The Adventures of Tintin , such as incidental dialogue being wrong in the subtitles and the occasional crash or two, but none of them detract from the enjoyment that can be had simply playing through the game.