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Movie based video games have a bad image in the industry. Shark Tale on the PS2, Gamecube, and Xbox is one of those reasons. This game is horrible on so many different levels. There was one common theme in my game play videos for Shark Tale found here. That theme was frustration. No matter what difficulty level you are on expect the dance levels to be nearly impossible.

Shark Tale felt thrown together. Like the developer had all these different ideas for a game. Instead of sticking with one, they threw all of them together. We dance, swim away from sharks, hide in stealth levels, race, and more. If you can get through certain bad parts of Shark Tale then you might find your way to a more enjoyable level. Some levels in Shark Tale are short and others are insanely long.

The rating of Shark Tale surprises me with all of the content issues. Families will be bothered by the gambling, bad attitudes, scary moments, violent content, sexual comments, and more in Shark Tale. I am not big on some of the lyrics in Shark Tale either. Only one family member at a time can struggle with Shark Tale. I bought Shark Tale on the Gamecube and regretted it once I started a video series.

Shark Tale encourages lying, and hiding the lie. I personally cannot condone such behavior. It causes more trouble than you can know unless you are the one doing it. If you are into retro movie based games with control issues then Shark Tale is the game for you. I personally cannot recommend Shark Tale on the Gamecube, PS2, and Xbox to any of our readers. This game frustrated me more than anything else. This is evident in many of my videos.
- Paul


Graphics: 55%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 25%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PS2/Xbox/Gamecube(tested)
Publisher: Activision
Developer: Edge of Reality
Rating: ‘E' - Everyone SIX and OLDER
{Cartoon Violence}

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