Chicken Shoot Reviews (Nintendo DS)
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|Gameplay||How well the game mechanics work and the game plays.||2.6|
|Graphics||The visual quality of the game||2.6|
|Personal Slant||A personal rating of the game, regardless of other attributes||2.4|
|Sound / Music||The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition||2.2|
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|Overall User Score (5 votes)||2.5|
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GameAlmighty.com (Oct 05, 2007)
All in all, I was mildly entertained by Chicken Shoot's quirkiness. I appreciate simplicity and sometimes, we all need a wee bit of guilty pleasure. But it made me wonder if it was all just some sort of marketing scheme for KFC as I found myself craving lots of fried chicken after a while.
Jeuxvideo.com (Nov 26, 2007)
Sans chercher à s'émanciper ni à proposer un contenu un peu plus conséquent, Chicken Shoot peine à justifier son prix. A moins d'être le fils du développeur, je ne vois vraiment pas ce qui pourra vous faire acheter la cartouche.
Gamers' Temple, The (Sep 27, 2007)
From its odd premise to its poor execution, there's not really anything redeeming to say about the game. I guess Chicken Shoot is more fun than the chicken pox. There, that's something.
Nintendojo (Oct 25, 2007)
Kids are smart nowadays, certainly smarter than their parents and especially smarter when it comes to video games. So mom, dad, do not try to pass this off to the kids. The DS has an abundance of software far exceeding the quality of Chicken Shoot that is great for youngsters. In fact, the tone of Chicken Shoot is slightly sinister and not necessarily appropriate for young children -- which is why it received an E 10+ rating. It's a poor port of a poor Flash game at an unreasonable price. Quite possibly the worst handheld video game ever.
Thunderbolt Games (Aug 15, 2007)
Chicken Shoot could have been a better production, honestly; well thought-out indie attempts such as Alien Hominid demonstrate that even a simple idea can be taken all the way to stardom. But by slapping a horde of white meat fodder onto a tacky shooting system and calling it a day, the developers have severely undercooked this dinner and given me a bad case of Campylobacter.