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Many times, movie based games are not the most enjoyable to play. They have a reputation for being boring with broken mechanics and sub-par playability. Luckily, this is not the case for Meet the Robinsons on PS2. While not without its faults, Meet the Robinsons is a game that anyone who enjoyed the movie can play, along with anyone who enjoys games that have a sense of adventure to them, even if it is limited.

The best part of the game is the great looking graphics, especially for the older PS2. Everything looks great with bright colors and large animated characters. The look and feel of the world, from the overall level design to the individual objects, is done with attention to detail. Cut scenes were done just as well as if you were watching the movie at home. There is some animated blood when you destroy certain enemies but luckily the color was changed to green to tame it down. Once the enemies are destroyed, they disappear.

I have to agree with Paul that the theme song for the game is very catchy and gets you in the mood to play the game. During the game, the music playing is always upbeat and never becomes overbearing. The sound effects were done well also, including some odd ones that I was not expecting though I have not seen the movie yet.

As I mentioned, the sense of adventure is prevalent throughout the game since it is beneficial to search every corner of the levels as you play. There are many extras to find including some helpful cheats that you can add while playing. The only downside is the total amount of area you are allowed to explore is quite small. You can see a large amount of scenery in most levels but hit an invisible wall if you try to go too far off the intended path. The biggest problem with the whole experience is the camera. I felt as though I was constantly fighting it to stay where I could easily see what was going on around me. It wasn’t to the point of being unplayable, just a constant nuisance, especially during action sequences. Also, the amount of difficulty during some parts of the game was surprisingly high for a game based on a kid’s movie. Though there are hints as you go along, some younger players may have a hard time playing through the game by themselves.

The values the game showcases are twofold throughout the whole game. Wilbur is always friendly to the people he meets and is helpful to anyone who has a problem he can fix. On the other hand, he starts the game by doing things behind his parents back and then when trouble arises, tries to fix it himself. Throughout the whole game, his only goal is to try to fix his mistake. Luckily, he realizes what he should have done and admits he did wrong. I think Disney did a good job making a character that many people would be able to relate to. Wilbur seems like a great kid that just needs to learn about what happens when you try to do everything yourself. This is a good game for anyone in the family to play and enjoy.
- Chris


Graphics: 85%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 80%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 73%
System: Playstation 2/Gamecube
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Animated Blood, Cartoon Violence}

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