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Hannah Montana: The Movie

MobyRank MobyScore
PlayStation 3
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Windows
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2.5
Wii
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0.0

User Reviews

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Our Users Say

Platform Votes Score
PlayStation 3 3 2.5
Wii 1 0.0
Windows 2 2.5
Xbox 360 2 1.1
Combined MobyScore 8 1.8


The Press Says

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30
Xbox 360Console Monster
In conclusion Hannah Montana: The Movie isn’t a total flop there are some good points to the game such as the array of songs, fairground games and the gorgeous Miley Cyrus, while this game isn’t worth the price tag it’s definitely worth a rent.
25
PlayStation 3PSX Extreme
Hannah Montana: The Movie, by all rights, should be great for fans of the film. But in reality, it’s not “great” for anyone. There are plenty of options on store shelves for the intended demographic and most all of them are better than this disaster of a game. What makes it worse is what we said in the intro- there are rhythm controls that have proved themselves over and over again in other titles; why couldn’t you just use those? Don’t overcomplicate things for a title like this; it’s just gonna fall flat on its face.
23
Xbox 360IGN
Even if you're a young girl that adores Hannah Montana, or you're a parent looking for a good gift, do not purchase Hannah Montana: The Movie. It's a cheap, awkward, embarrassing attempt to cash in on the hype of the movie without adhering to any of the standards of modern rhythm/music games.
23
PlayStation 3IGN
Even if you're a young girl that adores Hannah Montana, or you're a parent looking for a good gift, do not purchase Hannah Montana: The Movie. It's a cheap, awkward, embarrassing attempt to cash in on the hype of the movie without adhering to any of the standards of modern rhythm/music games.
20
WiiIGN
Even if you're a young girl that adores Hannah Montana, or you're a parent looking for a good gift, do not purchase Hannah Montana: The Movie. It's a cheap, awkward, embarrassing attempt to cash in on the hype of the movie without adhering to any of the standards of modern rhythm/music games.