As a licensed product, it's mediocre, with enough charming moments to rescue it from the immediate bargain-basement abyss. But as a game, it's an absolute insult and more likely to put kids to sleep than it is to entertain them.
While the title does feature the same story and characters as its silver screen counterpart, it lacks the charm. The basic gameplay mechanics are incredibly simple and they repeat so often that the action is doomed for monotony.
Happy Feet is short, repetitive at maximum and not fun. I did complete all the game, but I did not enjoyed it. The worst game ever made + the most boring gameplay ever. Simply overrated (4 points?? No, man 0 point)…Full Review »