The Smurfs 2 PlayStation 3

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  • Summary: The Smurfs 2 video game is an action-packed adventure platformer that provides Smurfs fans of all ages with the opportunity to dive into the magical Smurfs Village and relive iconic moments and key environments from the feature film. Players assume the role of a Smurf and immerse themselvesThe Smurfs 2 video game is an action-packed adventure platformer that provides Smurfs fans of all ages with the opportunity to dive into the magical Smurfs Village and relive iconic moments and key environments from the feature film. Players assume the role of a Smurf and immerse themselves in an interactive adventure through the movie's enchanting environments including New York City and Paris, and expand their movie experience into worlds exclusive to the video game such as The Arctic Tundra and The Lava Jungle. Collapse
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  1. Official PlayStation Magazine Benelux
    Sep 27, 2013
    39
    Saying we did not have high expectations for this 2D sidescroller, is like saying a Smurf is blue. It goes without saying. It is smurfing repetitive. The levels are smurfing uninspired. There is no smurfing variation what-so-ever.It simply smurfs. [September p.89]
  2. Aug 13, 2013
    30
    The Smurfs 2: The Video Game feels like it was made by following a recipe. The level design and boss fights are incredibly formulaic, and downright dull to play. The developer may have attempted to make a decent movie tie-in, but all that it's managed to produce is a dull, repetitive slog through a tedious campaign.
  3. Playstation Official Magazine Australia
    Sep 8, 2013
    30
    You’re looking at an insanely simplistic sidescrolling platformer with a handful of power-ups and ‘special skilled’ Smurfs to swap through. Doing our due diligence, we road-tested this with a six and a nine-year-old. After 30 minutes, they wanted to go play outside. Says it all, really. [October 2013, p83]
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