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Gamesdog (Oct 07, 2003)
Nice looking, cute characters, easy-going fun but with some confusing controls. The kids will love it and it will keep them going for days.
68 (Dec 04, 2003)
Traveller´s Tales ist das Kunststück gelungen, ein Spiel zu schaffen, das der Geschichte der Vorlage sehr dicht folgt. Das alleine macht Findet Nemo aber nicht zu einer Perle. Denn auch wenn das Umfeld mit Musik, schönen Animationen und einem idyllisch ruhigen Unterwasser-Flair gut gelungen ist, bleiben spielerisch einige Wünsche offen. Allen voran der nach mehr Abwechslung. Spätestens nach drei Abschnitten hat man annähernd alle Elemente gesehen, die sich im späteren Verlauf nur durch den nicht immer optimierten Schwierigkeitsgrad voneinander abheben. Zudem sind die Aufgaben in keiner Form innovativ. Macht das Spiel Spaß? Sicher – wenn auch vorrangig nur bis zu einem gewissen Alter. Als Lizenzumsetzung durchaus gelungen, sich aber im Action-Adventure-Bereich nur durch das Unterwasser-Setting von der Konkurrenz abhebend, ist Nemo auf allen Systemen nicht mehr und nicht weniger als gelungene Unterhaltung für jüngere Joypad-Akrobaten, die auch mit Frustmomenten umzugehen wissen.
There’s nothing inherently wrong with Finding Nemo, per se; but at the same time, it’s missing the "Wow! That was cool!" or "I can’t wait to do that again" elements. Granted, the swimming physics are nice, the changing water currents add an element of surprise, and you just gotta love being chased by a shark that’s roughly one thousand times your size. Finding Nemo has its moments, yet the majority of the game is centered around swimming through rings and collecting snail shell challenges. Yes, the target audience is children, but only for the young tykes out there who are new to the gaming scene. The pacing is just way too slow to appease anyone else.
60 (UK) (Oct 03, 2003)
As an animated movie tie-in, we've come away genuinely impressed at the overall standard on offer. At the current £40 price point it's hard to recommend it given its often overly simplistic nature, the occasional joypad-mashing frustration, and the speed at which any reasonable gamer will be able to rip through it, but on its inevitable journey to the realms of budget price it'll be a great game to give to the young 'uns as a pressie. A step in the right direction for a Disney related title, and kudos to Traveller's Tales for a marked improvement in licence-related fodder.
The Video Game Critic (Jul 11, 2006)
This is certainly one of the better-looking games I've played on my PS2. The controls are perfectly good, and a superb orchestrated soundtrack ranges from tranquil to intense. Stages are reasonable in length, with frequent checkpoints. The difficulty is easy, although collecting all of the bonus items can be a challenge. There are no glaring flaws with Finding Nemo, but I found myself growing weary of it about halfway through. Younger kids and Nemo fans can safely bump up the grade by one letter, but those looking for some excitement should look elsewhere.
GameSpy (Jun 07, 2003)
Finding Nemo may be a children's title, but that does not excuse the numerous flaws found within. Just because a game is meant for a young audience does not give the developers free license to simply rush something out the door. If anything, the fact that this *IS* a kid's game makes the poor control system an even bigger negative. Unless you have a hardcore Finding Nemo fan in the house, don't bother with this one. Save your $50 for the Limited Edition DVD that is sure to be on store shelves just in time for the holidays.
35 (Nov 18, 2003)
Un titre tel que celui-ci, exempt de toute pratique marketing douteuse, sans une mention "revivez le film" sur sa jaquette aurait sûrement obtenu la moyenne. Les enfants, est-il besoin de le répéter, ne sont pas des cartes de crédits sur pattes, et bâcler des softs leur étant adressés est honteux. Il en résulte comme d'habitude un jeu lacunaire, inintéressant et peu jouable. N'achetez pas ce varech indigeste. Le film paraît en DVD dans peu de temps, et il est sincèrement d'une toute autre qualité. Pour un prix deux fois moindre qui plus est. Dans le monde de la mer, les Snorkies, dépités, s'en sont allés.