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Taken from my site : Click Here For Source Most people will never play Rango: The Video game, assuming it to be nothing more than a lame cash-in trying to piggyback a successful film. To be fair, it's not like there aren't a ton of examples to justify the negativity, but people forget that it's not always bad. Kung Fu Panda, Disney's Aladdin, Spider-Man 2 and Goldeneye 007 are prime examples of titles that delivered fun iterations on their respective franchises. Games like Chronicles o...1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
History doesn't give us much expectation for games made from large budget movies and I guess that may be one of the reasons I really enjoyed playing through this 5 - 6 hour, platform adventure.Now I must mention that at the time of playing this game i hadn't actually watched the movie, so i didn't know the characters or the original storyline. But it didn't seem to hinder my entertainment. Using a basic base of platforming and then adding in some feasts for the eyes this game is competent and re...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
It would have been easy for publisher Paramount Digital Entertainment and developer Behaviour Interactive to rehash the story of the Paramount Pictures/Nickelodean feature film Rango in this movie tie in game, but what they crafted was a new story extending the Rango fiction, beyond the events of the film. As much as this is a blessing, it also is one of the few shortfalls in this well crafted throwback action platform game. I have not seen the film yet, so when I started the game,I was...0 out of 0 found this review helpful.
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