Summary: The Adventures of Tintin is a unique platformer where you mostly just punch just about everyone you meet. It also features an offline co-op mode, where you have to work together to get through some strange and sometimes confusing levels.
Summary: The game The Adventures of Tintin delivers a really interesting but simple gameplay. While playing the game I never found it getting boring. Personally, I also liked the whole idea of how you have to use a ball or a banana peel to break enemies with armors or umbrellas. But, it is really easy.
Summary: This a a cute little addicting game. It is listed as a kinect game but you should know it's not really. You can't use kinect to play the main game, only a couple side games use kinect. Overall this game is controller based but it is fun anyway.
Summary: I like role playing games, but don't let kids play mine because they tend to have adult humor, blood spatter, decapitations and things that kids don't need to see. This is right up their alley. We just got this and they haven't stopped playing it.
Summary: if u are into local co-op platforming, go for this one. gameplay mechanics are simply, no platforming action is overly challenging, and the co-operative element engages both players. the single player story mode is so-so.
Summary: After 15 hours of play I only experienced one freeze on the title screen. I have a 360 slim with the latest Metro UI with the game installed to the HD without a Kinect. I purchased this game as a light hearted change of place after digging into for a few months.
Summary: A great platform game that is not only easy to play but very addictive. Good for all ages. My xbox scratched the disc so only got half way through, disc is destroyed but I will be purchasing another copy of the game to finish it (shame PlayAsia is sold out).