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GameSpy (Oct 24, 2002)
It never gets quite as fun or inventive as any of the Mario or Rayman platform games, but Tarzan: Return to the Jungle holds its own surprisingly well, and is a must-have for fans of its GBC predecessor.
64 Power / big.N / N Games (Jan, 2003)
Optisch wirkt alles wie aus einem Guss. Sämtliche Spielfiguren sind flüssig und mit viel Liebe zum Detail animiert worden. Kein Mario, aber sicher eines der besseren GBA-Jump'n'Runs.
Jeuxvideo.com (Nov 26, 2002)
Un excellent jeu de plates-formes varié et très agréable à parcourir. Disney réalise ici un très bon produit qui allie très bonne jouabilité, réalisation impeccable et bonne durée de vie.
Officiel Nintendo Magazine (Jan, 2003)
Un jeu de plate-forme classique, mais qui a au moins le mérite d'être bel et bien fait, et doté d'une vingtaine de niveaux.
NintendoWorldReport (Dec, 2002)
This game is the perfect thing for kids who are Tarzan fans. It looks very good, plays and sounds pretty, and will keep someone occupied long enough for it to merit a rental, if you don’t want to spend $30 on a game that you won’t be playing much after you finish if off the first time.
IGN (May 20, 2002)
Disney's Tarzan: Return to the Jungle finds Tarzan on quests that vary from locating the Fountain of Youth to discovering The Lost Valley of the Dinosaurs. Besides being able to swing from vines, swim through treacherous waters and engage in tree-surfing action, Tarzan will now be able to wield his trusty boomerang, mighty spear and famous animal call to protect his friends and jungle home. Along the way, Tarzan's friends, Jane, Terk and Professor Porter will join him on his jungle adventures. Disney's Tarzan: Return to the Jungle is being developed by Digital Eclipse, the developer responsible for the Game Boy Color original.
GameZone (Nov 11, 2002)
This is a nice game for Tarzan fans, but may not appeal to strictly action/adventure fans that want something a little more from a game. It doesn’t take full advantage of the GBA capabilities, but still has some charm and is enjoyable and challenging. Well the game plays off the Tarzan series and movie, it is very linear in nature.