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Rugrats Go Wild isn't a bad game, but it certainly isn't a good game either. It has everything a game directed at kids should have minus one key ingredient: Fun. I can't speak for everyone's kids, though, so some people might like it. If you are a die-hard Rugrats fan or are looking to kill an hour or so, Go Wild might be worth checking out.
What this game is best for is: arcade fun for the family. It's great for kids from 3 to 6 to play with the help of a sibling or parent, but don't expect too much for ages 8 and up. Older kids will tire quickly, and a bright little gamer will finish the whole thing in a matter of hours. So, if you see it for $20, then consider getting a copy for a tyke who loves the movie. Otherwise, look around for a more in-depth game that will challenges a child's mind, as well as their reflexes.
В общем, довольно невзрачная детская игрушка. Какой-то бредовый геймплей, бессмысленные загадки и слабая графика. Однако, в безусловном плюсе - знаменитые герои большом количестве, отличные мультфильмы и полная доступность процесса для любого возраста. Если больше нечем занять ребенка, это вполне сойдет.