Xbox 360 Adventures of TinTin Reviews

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Jun 24, 2012
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6.5 out of 10 - IGN
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The story follows that of the movie with the bequiffed boy reporter unravelling the secrets of the Unicorn in an adventure that takes him from mainland Europe to Morocco by air and sea. The result is a mishmash of gameplay styles, with lazy puzzles and predictable chase sequences punctuating the primary Prince of Persia-inspired 2D platform adventure.
7.75 out of 10 - Game Informer
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The 2D platforming is clever, the co-op game separates itself from the main game in an interesting way, and the Kinect implementation works well, even if it is just the typical minigame addition. Ubisoft has succeeded in making a fun complement to the upcoming Spielberg film that young fans should appreciate.
7 out of 10 - EGM
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Its Beyond Good & Evil pedigree elevates it above the standard movie tie-in, but Tintin’s still a bit too simplistic for hardcore adventurers.
5 out of 10 - Gamespot
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The Adventures of Tintin is a dull and repetitive platformer that does no justice to the exciting exploits of its titular character.
6.5 out of 10 - Official Xbox Magazine
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From slick effects and slapstick animations (you can actually trip enemies with banana peels) to solid voice-acting, it immerses you in its world, even with the lackluster gameplay. Plus, a separate co-op mode and a trio of Kinect-enabled mini-games extend the action past the brief campaign. If you’re a fan of the film or just looking for a kids’ game devoid of Legos, Tintin fits the bill.
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