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In the end, Wallace and Gromit: Project Zoo is a decent platformer that makes great use of its license. Those with no interest in the franchise will find little to interest them in this title, but Wallace and Gromit fans will find that Project Zoo is a surprisingly solid game that does justice to its license.
PGNx Media (Oct 13, 2003)
Wallace & Gromit is a fully-functional game. It looks great, sounds nice and plays quite good. There isn’t anything that stands out too much from other games, though. If you’re a fan of the series though, you’ll want to pick up the package just to get more time with your clay friends. As an added bonus you’re able to unlock scenes from various Aardman films like “The Wrong Trousers” and “The Snoozatron.”
GameZone (Oct 10, 2003)
Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo looks terrific and sounds great - for the most part, but the gameplay is just not there in terms of excitement. With a fun plot and clever script, this is certainly an entertaining title. But for fans looking for thrills, or blood-pounding adventure, this game is not it.
Thunderbolt Games (Oct 19, 2003)
Ultimately, Wallace and Gromit in Project Zoo isn’t going to turn the games industry upside down. It’s not a revolutionary title that’s a benchmark in its genre either. What it is though, is a good looking, enjoyable and family friendly experience. It embraces the Wallace and Gromit license and stays true to the original TV series that we love so much. Buy it for the kids, and when they’re out have a go yourself. Just don’t get caught.
IGN (Oct 07, 2003)
Wallace and Gromit is a good thing for kids and die-hard Wallace and Gromit fans. It's non-violent, it's funny for both kids and adults, and if players end up being casual rather than anal about the little stuff, this game will provide a long platform experience. For hardcore platform fans, definitely rent this first -- or skip it altogether.
GameSpot (Oct 21, 2003)
Wallace & Gromit in Project Zoo is a game that could prove entertaining for fans of Nick Park's peculiar pair, but, as a 3D platformer, it's simply not that impressive. When you add the game's relatively short length (of around six hours) to the overall lack of polish, Project Zoo isn't a terribly attractive purchase, but it can make a decent rental.
Game Chronicles (Nov 01, 2003)
At the end of the day Wallace & Gromit just doesn’t bring anything new to the platform table, and when you are going up against huge holiday sequels like Jak II and Ratcher and Clank: Going Commando this loveable canine and his master are probably going to be overlooked by all but the youngest gamers.
60 (Oct 14, 2003)
Rha, non après Futurama qui m'est très cher, voici qu'une autre de mes séries d'animation préférées a également droit à une adaptation vidéoludique moyenne. Le jeu est sympa d'un point de vue visuel mais le gameplay étant ce qu'il est, on s'arrache les cheveux devant les problèmes de caméra et le maniement du personnage avec en tête de liste des sauts crispants au possible. J'en pleure tiens.
Diehard GameFan (Mar 16, 2004)
Great story. Good graphics. Good sound. Pretty much blah everything else. It’s certainly not a bad game. Just middle of the road. Average. But what a shame, with a little more polish to smooth out the rough edges this could have been a very good experience. Sadly the mediocrity of the controls and gameplay functionalities serve to cover up what the developers obviously worked so hard to accomplish with this game’s undeniable charm. Wallace & Gromit fans and those curious about the franchise may want to give it a rent on a lazy Sunday afternoon. However the bottom line is: There’s a lot worse, but there’s certainly a lot better.
Gaming Target (Dec 03, 2003)
Although at least they do manage to preserve some authenticity of the series, the graphics still manage to slow down at times and the video clips have been unlocked and watched far too quickly.
Den som gillar duon Wallace och Gromit har några timmars underhållning att hämta här - och det är ju inte fy skam.