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  • Summary: After many years of aquarium life, the Tank Gang is finally ready to make a daring break for the deep blue sea. But it won't be easy. Luckily, Nemo, Marlin, and Dory are waiting by the pier to lend a helping fin as their buddies dive deep into the unknown on an incredible journey to find a brand new home in the coral reef. Expand
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  1. Although they may have been late with a Finding Nemo game, THQ releases a fun party game with lots of mini-games to thrill the younger gamers.
  2. All in all, this game is a lot of fun, and young and old gamers alike will have a blast playing as their favorite characters from the movie.
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    Even with the age demographic skewing towards the kids on this one, the developers put together a decent set of clever and creative mini-game challenges that really do push the DS system's capabilities.
  4. I would have preferred that the game didn't even attempt to incorporate a storyline into the gameplay. It just feels tacked on. If the developers spent more time developing more mini-games in the Wario Wares tradition, this game would have fared a lot better.
  5. If you're old enough to read this review, you'll probably want to pass on Escape to the Big Blue, but your younger siblings might enjoy it. [Apr 2006, p.86]
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