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Space Chimps is a solid action adventure platforming video game based on the movie. Some well known voice actors have filled the roles of the chimps as they go all Star Trek. It is important to note that I have not seen the movie yet, and am only rating the video game that appears on the Xbox 360, Playstation 2, and Wii. My research indicates this home console version video game of Space Chimps follows the movie. The video game picks up the action after they crash land on the alien planet. Ham III and Luna must rescue Titan, and get their shuttle back. They eventually have to take on the main bad guy on the alien planet, and remove NASA gear that has given him an advantage over the rest of the population.

The graphics in Space Chimps has a lot of colors in most areas. The models of the chimps look good, and animate at a decent click. There are also visual guides that help the player figured out where to go next. Most of the fighting can be avoided, but there are a few areas that enemies must be knocked out before the player can progress. The player, and enemies use little creatures to spit projectiles at one another in a sort of shooting simulation. The little creature the player uses can also be used like a short whip.

The musical elements in Space Chimps flow well. There is slang humor, and minor suggestive humor. Most kids will probably not even notice this content. It is also few and far between, worthy of a mention only. The voice acting is exceptional, and I really enjoyed the majority of it. The hitting sounds usually sound organic.

The biggest problem I have with Space Chimps is the length of the game. I was able to beat it in three hours. There is some extra content related to the movie included on the discs. Brash Entertainment also included some little mini arcade games as well. With all of that said Space Chimps feels like it does not have as much content to it than other current video games.

Space Chimps has wonderful guides to assist the player in where to go next. Certain ropes or poles for example can be difficult to see. The game has little animations around them that are brightly lit. Whenever I got stuck I would look around and easily find the next place to go. The downside to that is one can breeze right through the game. The intelligent design of the button layout is appreciated, along with the ease of jumping. The few flying levels are a lot fun, if a little confusing at times.

The chimps in Space Chimps all act very human, and show a wide range of emotion. The humor is present and accounted for in this home console version. The main lesson I gleaned from this video game is cleaning up your own messes. I love how the monkeys correct their mistakes and learn from them. If you liked the movie, then you should enjoy a few hours with the video game.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 79%
Replay/Extras: 74%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 80%
System: Xbox 360/Playstation 2/Wii
Publisher: Brash Entertainment
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Animated Blood, Crude Humor,
 Language, Mild Fantasy Violence}

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