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I am so very thankful I had the six dollars to purchase Open Season on the original Xbox. If we are lucky the ad revenue on this series will return the money I spent on it in a few years. As long as it gets enough views. If not, oh well. I had fun with Open Season for a few hours. It took me three and half hours to beat Open Season on the Xbox. This version of this game can also be found on the Gamecube and PS2.

Movie games have a bad reputation in the video game industry. Open Season could be part of that. There is little to do, and there does not feel like a lot of effort went into the design and creation of Open Season. We do a lot of the same things over and over again in Open Season. We sneak up on hunters and scare them away. Maybe we play Elliot who taunts hunters to walk into traps. Or just sneak past them.

Want to know a secret about Open Season? When we play Boog we can sprint (on all fours) right at a hunter and startle them. Then we can do our roar. The only time that did not work is when there was a second hunter that would shoot at the main bear character. There are also mini games in Open Season that are really seriously mini. There are twenty-five levels in Open Season and seven mini games.

The message in Open Season is that humans harass animals and the animals fight back. Humans are made to look really dumb in Open Season. There are plenty of crude humor moments within Open Season. We throw skunks, squirrels, deer, and rabbits at the hunters. There are areas where we must shake the bears head up and down or left and right to answer questions from other characters. We must also shake porcupines off the behind of the bear in Open Season. This home console video game is short and repetitive.
- Paul


Graphics: 70%
Sound: 80%
Replay/Extras: 70%
Gameplay: 65%
Family Friendly Factor: 65%

System: Gamecube/PS2/Xbox(tested)
Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Ubisoft Montreal, Ubisoft Quebec
Rating: ‘E10+’ for Everyone TEN and OLDER ONLY {Cartoon Violence, Crude Humor}

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