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  • Summary: Gamers adventure through a variety of locations from the Shrek universe, solve challenging puzzles and battle exciting new enemies as they morph between Shrek’s normal world and his alternate reality…and ultimately conquer that crafty Rumpelstiltskin! The game offers a fun-filled social and collaborative experience with its co-operative multiplayer mode, allowing up to four players to work together through the single player story. [Activision] Expand
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  1. Positive: 6 out of 22
  2. Negative: 3 out of 22
  1. Shrek Forever After is easily the best Shrek game I have ever played on this or any previous generation system, and is one of my top three "movie games" of all time.
  2. It's abundantly clear that the game developers wanted to create an enjoyable title that engaged a range of age group and gameplay styles. What's really nice is that while they haven't perfected the formula, they have taken a big step forward.
  3. At $49.99 Shrek Forever After is a great reason as any to get the whole family together for a night of laughs.
  4. A fairly decent movie licensed game that's marred by its short length, boring combat and lack of replayability.
  5. A surprisingly decent movie tie-in with a fun four-player mode that will amuse players of any age.
  6. Overall, I think it's a decent enough family title from Activision, but not quite as enjoyable as the last one I played from this Publisher, Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
  7. They stopped making Shrek games. And we all lived happily ever after. The end. [Oct 2010, p.98]

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  1. Jan 7, 2013
    Best graphic qualitu than other three episodes.
    Entertaining puzzles. This game is easu and discrete, and i would suggest to everuone !
    PLAYABILITY, excellent theme songs while plauing Shrek 4 levels.
  2. May 21, 2013
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Shrek: Forever After The Game is, with no shadow of doubt, a title for all the young Shrek fans out there. However, it delivers a solid gameplay and some nice graphics that make it feel enjoyable by adult gamers as well. Expand