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On the back of the case of Jumanji The Video Game it says: “A Game For Those Who Seek To Find... A Way To Leave Their World Behind.” That slogan is the coolest thing about the entire package of Jumanji The Video Game. I am thankful Family Friendly Gaming purchased a copy of this game on the Xbox One. Did you catch Paul’s Twitch streams of this game?

Those Twitch streams show the entire content of Jumanji The Video Game in under two hours. Outright Games is known for short games but this is ridiculous. To make matters worse we do the same thing in each of the four areas in the same order. Some of the same content was reused (like the last statue in each traps area). The characters make the same funny comments over and over again. It does get old pretty fast.

The issues families can have with Jumanji The Video Game are violence, lack of attire, enticement to lust, magic, and more. We go through little maze areas collecting four statues, trap areas, and then we must charge an obelisk by standing near it when enemies are attacking us. There are plenty of health and ammo items littered around the areas for players to pick up. Every so often we have to avoid a large animal in Jumanji The Video Game.

I am so disappointed with Jumanji The Video Game. Families will literally spend more time watching the movie than playing the game. Why is the game two and a half times the movie in terms of cost? The graphics are not very inspired, the level design is lazy, and the repetitive nature of this game is appalling.

Multiple family members can breeze through Jumanji The Video Game. I am not sure why though. The computer controlled characters will quickly take out the enemies so playing solo and ignoring the enemies is a viable strategy. I like the Jumanji movies. Jumanji The Video Game is nothing like the movies in any way, shape or form.


Graphics: 50%
Sound: 55%
Replay/Extras: 25%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 60%

System: PC/PS4/Xbox One/Switch
Publisher: Outright Games
Developer: Funsolve
Rating: ‘T’ for THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY {Violence}

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