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Man kann von Filmumsetzungen halten, was man will. Diese Versoftung bringt alle Zutaten mit, um junge Disney-Fans zu begeistern: Die Levels sind kunterbunt und interaktiv, Rennspiel- und Sporteinlagen (teilweise sogar für zwei Spieler) sorgen für die nötige Abwechslung und zwischendurch kommt dank zahlreicher Schnipsel aus dem Film eine klasse Atmosphäre auf. Da fallen die belanglosen Missionsziele gar nicht so sehr ins Gewicht. Wusstet ihr übrigens, dass Himmel und Huhn von den Tak-Machern stammt?
Game Informer Magazine
Chicken Little is a serviceable game that juices Disney's storytelling mastery for all its worth. Experienced gamers should, obviously, look elsewhere, but kids and the content-conscious could certainly do much worse.
Chicken Little is a breath of fresh air in a sea of mediocre movie based games. With more gameplay variety than the average game and just an overall happy feeling, there is a lot to be enjoyed here for both fans of the movie and gamers alike. While the game does not bring anything new to the genre, it is a highly enjoyable game that not only sticks close to the original source material but also expands upon in some areas. Chicken Little can proudly stand next to Aladdin and the few other Disney animated movie based games.
At a time when video games tend to be catering to an older crowd, it's refreshing to see a game like Chicken Little come along to grab the attention of younger gamers. The game's lower level of difficulty and varied gameplay styles make it easy for just about anyone to get into the game and enjoy the experience. Although veteran gamers are less likely to find Chicken Little as anything more than a quick diversion, it could be just the thing to introduce a new generation of gamers to the industry.
Chicken Little is a fun little game for anybody who doesn't get easily frustrated and any kid who wants a challenge. I suppose if you're sick of buying your child a game that's far too easy and is over in seconds, well, this is the game for you. Just be prepared to pick up the chicken pieces when little Timmy throws a tantrum!
Finding a good game adaptation of a popular kid's flick is near impossible. Finding an excellent one is near miraculous. Finding a decent one, though, that's manageable. And that's precisely what Chicken Little from developer Avalanche is. It's not great in any one particular area, but overall it's far better than most games engineered to cash in on popular movies. And for those that don't know, Chicken Little is Disney's new computer animated retelling of the popular kid's story about a young chicken who believes the sky is falling.
Chicken Little s'efforce d'exploiter toute la richesse du long-métrage pour proposer une aventure variée qui se renouvelle au moyen de phases de jeu très différentes. Le problème, c'est que le gameplay est largement perfectible et que les épreuves sont trop simplistes pour réellement nous amuser. On le conseillera donc uniquement aux plus jeunes qui auraient envie de voir le monde à travers les yeux d'un minuscule petit poulet.
In spite of Chicken Little having a few fun levels, I wouldn't suggest it to anyone over 10 years of age. For the rest, whether you absolutely must have a licensed game for every movie you see or must play this game for some reason, prepare for a mostly playable and tolerable experience that might have some fun moments here and there.