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Still, the overall strengths of Rumbly Tumbly Adventure easily outweigh any negatives, so that a young gamer should have a good time playing it. The game's great presentation and appropriate play mechanics make it a nice introduction to console gaming for young kids.
On the surface, Disney’s Winnie the Pooh’s Rumbly Tumbly Adventure does everything right. The game looks and sounds great, and has a license that should appeal to kids. Under the glossy exterior is a game that lacks much of what makes games entertaining in the first place. This makes the game a good rental for parents looking for a way to keep kids from driving the babysitter nuts, but lacks the lasting appeal that makes it a must buy.
Ce qu'il y a de bien avec Winnie, c'est qu'on sait exactement ce qu'on va trouver dans ses jeux. Un univers tout mignon, une histoire simplette et un contenu parfaitement adapté aux jeunes joueurs, voilà les trois composantes qui servent de point de départ à ses nouvelles aventures.
For the smallest amongst us this may be a dream of a game, but for kids as of 9 year this is pure hell. The loading times are obnoxious and the game is way too simple. Congrats to Ubisoft though for the beautiful looks of the world and delivering good voice-acting.
Disney’s Winnie the Pooh’s Rumbly Tumbly Adventure offers tantalizing visuals, but doesn’t back it up with equally engaging gameplay. Developer Pheonix Studios designed the game for kids, so it’s understandably simple and short, but it still suffers from heinous load times. Furthermore, the game just doesn’t offer much in terms of solid gameplay. It really won’t appeal to anyone above the age of nine or ten, unless they’re really into Winnie the Pooh. Still, the game looks and sounds great, and the gameplay, simple as it is, would really appeal to younger kids. A definite rental for parents, and a very cautious rental recommendation for anyone else.