There are no reviews for this game.
Our Users Say
MobyRanks are listed below. You can read here
for more information about MobyRank.
TDK Interactive gives you the chance to party with everyone's favorite ogre. hen it comes to video games, a popular trend with movie licenses is to milk them for all they're worth. Shrek is a good example. With a few 3-D and 2-D platformers--as well as fighting and kart racing games--under his belt, the next logical choice for Shrek is to have his own multiplayer board game.
Shrek Super Party is in a word, terrible. Unfortunately, reviews are supposed to be more than a word long which means that I'm forced to string together several hundred more of them in an attempt to describe to you, our faithful reader, just how bad it really is. Now unless you've been living under a rock or were swallowed by a whale in the last couple of years, Shrek is the popular movie from 2001 that told the computer-animated story of a grumpy ogre living in a fairy tale land. His ultimate goal in life was nothing more than to be left alone. Toss in the twists and turns of a meddling midget ruler needing a bride, a damsel in distress, a talking donkey, and a message about true love, and you've got yourself one dandy of a picture. That said, it's quite unfortunate that the game never lives up to the standards set by the movie. In fact, anyone who loves the Shrek franchise should simply watch the film again rather than participate in this poorly-constructed party escapade.
Un titre que l'on peut sans difficulté classer au rang de véritable bouse ludique tant son intérêt se fait chercher alors que son concept s'avère assez obscur. On perd son temps et son argent avec ce Shrek Super Party qui s'avère une fois encore un échec au niveau de l'adaptation vidéoludique de la licence. Faudrait arrêter avec Shrek maintenant, ça suffit, les testeurs ont aussi des choses sérieuses à faire...