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Napolean Dynamite: The Game Member Review for the PSP

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Ivory_Soul
11/10/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE Mini-Game 
PLAYERS 1- 2 
PUBLISHER Crave Entertainment 
DEVELOPER 7 Studios 
RELEASE DATE  
E10 What do these ratings mean?

The Good: Nice graphical style

The Bad: Boring pointless mini-games, no voices, some games either are too hard, or you can't figure out what to do (even with the instructions), everything else

I was really expecting a lot out of this game since the movie was so great but I was proven wrong. The mini-games are just dull, boring, and pointless and feel nothing like the movie. Instead of lines from the movie they give us text to read which is no fun. The mini-games range from throwing a football with Uncle Rico, helping Kip hack into the library computer, feeding Tina, and doing Napoleon's dance moves but they are either hard, boring, or just plain pointless. After about 5 or so games I just turned it off. The only good thing about this game is the cool graphical style which uses paper cut outs kind of like South Park. Just stay away from this game because it doesn't deserve the movie's name.

 


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