Stuart Little 2 Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: Stuart's new best friend. Margalo, has disappeared, and so has Mrs. Little's wedding ring. As Stuart, it's up to you to solve both mysteries. One thing's for sure--you're in for non-sto fun in this high-flying adventure!
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. With some excellent kiddified gameplay, superb graphics and enough content to keep the little people quiet – for a while at least – this is a fine example of how to use a tie-in licence properly.
  2. Only good for kids who are good enough at games to overcome the game’s difficulty level.
  3. Almost every level is similar: what begins as fun, ends up maddening, because of constant dying and restarting over due to problems of overly sensitive obstacles, control issues in jumping from platform to platform, too much blind jumping, and in one particular level, really bad "touch" detection.
  4. Riddled with decent attempts at notability, and whether successful or not, overall the game provides plenty of furry rodent fun with no messy cleanup.
  5. It’s a very standard platform game with some nice graphics and speech thrown in. The password save will infuriate you, along with game music that will most likely send you to an asylum.
  6. 58
    Not a terrible game by any stretch, but there's better stuff out there. [Sept 2002, p.48]
  7. Stuart has to frequently move off the edge of the screen without any indication as to what's ahead. This often results in losing health or lives. [Winter 2002, p.48]

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  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
  1. Aug 19, 2012
    4
    Another movie tie-in game that's aimed at younger audience, is a platformer, and sucks. While you are mostly playing easy and boring 2DAnother movie tie-in game that's aimed at younger audience, is a platformer, and sucks. While you are mostly playing easy and boring 2D platforming sections (sadly the best parts of the game) it will mix it up from time to time, but when it does the difficulty takes a pretty big spike. So much so in fact I don't see most kids finishing it. It's too difficult for young gamers, and too boring for gamers over the age of 10, so it really has no audience at all. Even if your a huge fan of the Stuart Little movies, there are better uses of your time then playing this boring and downright tedious game that's almost completely devoid of fun. Expand