High Definition Resolutions Supported: 480p
Average Overall Score: 8.00 / 10
Embark upon an adventure that goes beyond the movie with Shrek 2: The Game. Inspired by the upcoming film and expanding its storyline, the game features Shrek’s signature humor and comedic interactions. Players experience key moments from the film and encounter a variety of new personalities, environments and sub-plots as they switch between Shrek, Donkey or one of their many friends.
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Overall User Average: 8.00 / 10 (80.0%)
Gameplay User Average: 8.00 / 10
Graphics User Average: 6.00 / 10
Sound User Average: 6.00 / 10Grizpin
Date reviewed: July 17, 2004.
Overall: A very good game for the younger players in your home. I wish they made more multiplayer games like this that my kids can enjoy together. Gameplay: You play with a group of four characters in both the single player and multiplayer game mode. Each character has different abilities which you need to use while solving the puzzles of the game. It works well for a younger multiplayer game. It encourages teamwork and and allows all my children to play together without having to wait for thier turn. Graphics: The visuals are sharp and colorful. They bring the movie characters to life and are animated well. There are some nice lighting effects, smoke, shadows, and special visual effects which occur during characters special moves. The camera works well to keep all of the players in view at one time. It can get tricky at some points if the characters don't stay together but overall it works well. Sound: The sound works well to convey the special effects and character voices. The music is decent and fits the action on screen. I noticed some low audio spots on my surround system where some sounds would be louder than others. Suggestions: Please make more multiplayer games like this for the younger gaming audience.
Shrek 2 Heads To Store Shelves
Gamers can now immerse themselves in the epic adventure by playing as the films main characters Shrek, Donkey, Princess Fiona and Puss-in-Boots, as well as original characters created for the game. Shrek 2 Game by Activision
Activision purchased the rights to development games based on DreamWorks upcoming animated film Shrek 2.
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