High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Average Overall Score: 3.50 / 10
There has to be something about making a movie into a video game that just throws developers for a loop. I mean it?s hard to blame them if it turns out to be a dog (or, as in this case, a fish), because you can never really tell how much creative control they have, and in this case it looks like very little."
Players experience the fun and adventure of the DreamWorks movie by assuming the role of Oscar, a fast-talking little fish working his way up the food chain, who becomes an unlikely hero as he searches for an easy path to fame and fortune.
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Overall User Average: 3.00 / 10 (35.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 2.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 2.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 2.00 / 10BananaMan
Date reviewed: November 20, 2004.
Overall: it suxx i bought a sandwich and this game, and i said !&%$@#* this. so i ate the sandwich instead.......i'll give it a 1.5 since it's a game. Gameplay: Suxxx, eating a sandwich is more entertaining than this P.................... Graphics: Looking at my Womba's food mart sandwich is fifty times graphically better than this !&%$@#* ty game. the visuals suxx, even on my HD 5 inch monitor. Sound: I have no speakers, but i'm going to take a big !&%$@#* ing guess and say the sound sucks balls too.
!&%$@#* . Suggestions: Never make a game again, !&%$@#* ers.
Penned by acclaimed international bestselling author Matteo Strukul - the Italian Master of Historical Fiction - and scored by award-winning composer David Logan, Dark Renaissance is set to release in 2021.