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Quite surprisingly, Bee Movie Game really is quite good. Compared to so many cinematic tie-ins, it is well considered, has occasional moments of originality, and definitely seems to avoid relying on its license to make up for bad design. Out of all the Pixar and Dreamworks games, it is absolutely among one of the best, and would make for a brilliant Christmas present if you're looking to satisfy the kids over the festive season.
With its simplistic gameplay and missions, Bee Movie Game has been developed squarely for youngsters. And for this age group, this fun-filled title offers just the right balance of challenge and reward to make it a game they will want to play for hours on end.
I really liked this game and would recommend it for families who want to get the most value out a game. This game will keep you occupied for hours. There are hundreds of things you can do and achievements in the form of medals. From being a taxi driver to helping protect the hive from dragon fly invaders this game is challenging, fun, and enjoyable with numerous environments to explore inside and outside the hive.
Bee Movie Le Jeu est une adaptation plaisante d'un film à la bonne humeur communicative. La variété des phases de jeu suffit à compenser leur intérêt inégal, et le fun dégagé par l'ensemble fait oublier la jouabilité perfectible. Les plus jeunes n'ont donc aucune raison de se priver. Les autres hésiteront sans doute.
Bee Movie Game is far, far better than the odds would suggest, and though it's not all perfect, what's there is certainly worth picking up if you enjoyed the movie and want something to play with the kids. Just, y'know, make sure you save in a couple different slots.
For all the blah, repetitive mini-game jobs and the slightly weak overall presentation, Bee Movie Game holds up surprisingly well. It's definitely better than most licensed games ought to be, but your mileage with the game will largely come down to how obsessive you are about finding hidden trinkets in the exploration levels and how much you like zipping slowly around giant-sized everyday locales.
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Das Spiel zum Film ist ein echter Schnellschuss. Im Minutentakt wechseln sich kurze Spielszenen mit kleinen Filmausschnitten und Ladezeiten ab. Dabei kommt kaum Spielfluss, geschweige denn Film-Atmospähre auf. Dafür ist auch die Qualität der Grafik und der Geräusche zu bescheiden. Spielerisch werden auch nette Ideen geboten - wie etwa das Tennisspiel, in dem Sie Berry davor bewahren müssen, zerquetscht zu werden. Davon hätte man sich mehr gewünscht - nur "befriedigend".
I found the Bee Movie Game to be a title that tried hard to break a lot of stereotypes for licensed video games. From timed-button pressing to dodging raindrops, the developers implemented a lot of depth though it wasn’t properly executed.
Bee Movie Game stings itself in the foot by forcefully inserting minigames into the campaign, as players must complete jobs between missions to advance the storyline. It extends the otherwise four-hour campaign into the seven or eight hour range, but kills any momentum the narrative might have had. We don't mind messing around with the extra content, but give us a say in the matter - don't force us to play the minigames to expand the already-uninspiring campaign. It's sloppy game design, and it drags Bee Movie Game even further into the mud.
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