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Shrek: Forever After- PS3

Shrek: Forever After- PS3
alaScore 80

13 reviews

Aug, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 13 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the story. There are some critical opinions about the graphics. Reviews are divided on the multi player mode.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Shrek: Forever After- PS3 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 80/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 13 reviews)

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Shrek: Forever After Review

 

These days, you never know what you're going to get with a video game based on a film. Publishers and developers seem to have realized that crap simply doesn't sell, and regardless of how small the investment, you just can't make money on a poor...

So if you've got kids who have all the movies in their collections, there's no reason they shouldn't play this game. I'm almost sure they'll really have a blast.

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Shrek Forever After

 

Family Friendly Gaming |

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Shrek Forever After

 

Shrek Forever After continues the trend of Shrek movie tie-in games that'll litter up the bargain bins for years to come. Its promises of family multiplayer fun fail to materialise, leaving this as yet another stinky movie tie-in game.

Follows the movie plot closely

Multiplayer support is clunky ; Puzzles are uninspired ; Combat is poorly paced and boring

Shrek Forever After manages to look like Shrek well enough, and if you're obsessive about everything Ogrish it does follow the film closely enough if you ignore the fact that party members are present in challenges they shouldn't be in. At a game level...

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Shrek Forever After Review

 

Shrek Forever After encompasses all the fatal flaws that video game tie-ins of mediocre CGI movies are notorious for. In fact, we counted no fewer than Seven Deadly Sins of Exploitative Game Design.

The use of the licenced song “Walking on Sunshine,” by Katrina and the Waves. ; Supports four-player co-op.; You get to kill lots of peasants

Bad graphics and sound.; Shallow combat, tedious puzzles.; Feeble art direction, ugly menus, horrid interface

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ok but not great

 

I am a Shrek fan. I thaught it would be a much better game than what it was. It was an ok game but.... Rent it before you buy it and see if you like it. I don't think I would buy it if I had rented it first.

Easy to learn ; Good Audio ; Kid Appropriate ; Multiplayer

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Trophies Only?!

 

This game has reasonable graphics but terrible sound, on top of terrible sound it has extremely limited/repetitive speech. The levels feel longish but are actually short, the game itself is very short as well. I recommend only renting this to play if...

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Shrek Forever Gone....

 

The main characters, Shrek, Fiona, Donkey and Puss are all playable and you can switch between them taking advantage of each of their special moves. You can also play together with friends using each of the characters together to make your way through...