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  • Summary: In Spy Kids: All the Time in the World the video game, players will step into the shoes of the newest Spy Kids, Rebecca and Cecil, as they race against the clock in this all out platforming adventure. The Timekeeper is threatening to take over the planet and it’s up to you to stop him from realizing his evil scheme. Utilize the coolest new hi-tech spy gear to take out swarms of enemies and solve puzzles that stand in your way. The clock is ticking, so gear up and reinvigorate the Spy Kids division for a new generation! Expand
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  1. Oct 16, 2011
    In a strange way, Spy Kids: All the Time in the World seems like a game that would have been more acceptable several generations ago. The platforming mechanics may have been passable during the NES or early SNES era, but now it feels artificially difficult because of finicky controls and game rules. The level design also seems too punishing, and the enemies are never very exciting to fight, bosses included. It's too bad because the game looks good and comes in at a decent gameplay length. If you or the person for whom you're buying this was a big fan of the latest film, it can be a decent purchase. Just be forewarned that unless he or she enjoys being challenged by a game, you can expect this game to be played a few times before it's shelved in frustration.
  2. Sep 27, 2011
    Survive the frustration and it'll soon be replaced by boredom, leaving you feeling like you really have just had your time stolen. [Oct 2011, p.70]