Metascore
62

Mixed or average reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 16
  2. Negative: 3 out of 16
  1. Out of all the Pixar and Dreamworks games, it is absolutely among one of the best, and would make for a brilliant Christmas present if you're looking to satisfy the kids over the festive season.
  2. There are just so many things to do! While not all of them are fun, there’s something for everyone to enjoy.
  3. The Bee Movie Game is obviously aimed at younger players and those who are interested in the movie. But even older gamers will find plenty of humor and solid gameplay to enjoy in the game.
  4. 75
    Bee Movie is a solid game that remains true to the license while actually producing a fantastic experience for players both young and old.
  5. Older gamers will tire of the repetitive mini-games and missions, but younger kids will get a kick out of mastering the awkward controls.
  6. While adult gamers might find a bee's life a bit on the tame side, children will no doubt love Barry's escapades, and with the somewhat charming wit of Jerry Seinfeld, the sickly sweet voiceovers won't make you nauseous.
  7. Unless your goal is replacing your expired Ambien prescription with something that may arguably be more effective, or you think casting Jerry Seinfield as a honey producing bug might actually be the bee's knees (sorry), then I highly recommend you rush out and buy this game immediately.
  8. Bee Movie Game will provide a satisfying experience to younger fans of the film, but it'll fail to hold the interest of older players for a prolonged amount of time.
  9. This is a title definitely intended for children and gives them something to pass the time with after school gets out. Mothers out there should look to this game to give them some peace and quiet time from their kids.
  10. 68
    The younger gamer in your home will likely get a kick or two out of the Bee Movie Game, especially the New Hive City exploration and the interactive flying cinemas.
  11. Games of this nature need to decide, up front, who their intended audience is. Otherwise, you end up with a game that tries to be accessible to children, yet provide enough depth to please older gamers.
  12. Younger players will enjoy the variety and sandbox-style freedom of Bee Movie Game.
  13. Younger kids will probably find that there is some fun to be had with the game, but other Bee Movie fans will probably find the gameplay too simplistic and repetitive.
  14. Hmm. If you need to distract a rich kid for thirty seconds while you rummage through his backpack for money. If you're a nurse caring for an incontinent who is captivated by the color yellow. Maybe if you're stalking somebody on the development team. In those instances, perhaps a rental is justified. Otherwise, steer clear.
  15. Shovelware may be a be considered a generally deplorable concept, but it would have been better than this dreck.
  16. Sadly, what can be played contains more glitches and errors than most early game demonstrations to the press.

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