• Publisher: SCEA
  • Release Date: Feb 14, 2002
Metascore
59

Mixed or average reviews - based on 10 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 2 out of 10
  1. 80
    The game does require that you can read well, the pop up boxes tell you what to do and not to do. It would be helpful for younger players if these instructions were given verbally.
  2. 65
    I think the game may end up being too easy for the older end of the Peter Pan watching group and too difficult for the younger end.
  3. 53
    Similar to just about every platformer-on-rails that you've played before, Return to Never Land doesn't offer anything fresh at all.
  4. 45
    It should work; it should be entertaining, even if not incredibly complex. Unfortunately, the game appears to have been coded by definite grown-ups with no sense of fun.
  5. It should work; it should be entertaining, even if not incredibly complex. Unfortunately, the game appears to have been coded by definite grown-ups with no sense of fun.
  6. I think the game may end up being too easy for the older end of the Peter Pan watching group and too difficult for the younger end.
  7. The game does require that you can read well, the pop up boxes tell you what to do and not to do. It would be helpful for younger players if these instructions were given verbally.
  8. 53
    Similar to just about every platformer-on-rails that you've played before, Return to Never Land doesn't offer anything fresh at all.
  9. Guess what mom and dad? A bone without meat will still make Jr. crave the addictive gameplay and cutting-edge visuals that the PSOne simply can't squeeze anymore.
  10. Guess what mom and dad? A bone without meat will still make Jr. crave the addictive gameplay and cutting-edge visuals that the PSOne simply can't squeeze anymore.

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