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Mixed or average reviews - based on 11 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 11
  2. Negative: 2 out of 11
  1. One of the best movie-licensed games I've seen so far this year and I highly recommend it for kids and their parents or anyone just looking for a fun and unique game.
  2. 76
    Challenging gameplay, beautiful graphics, and pleasing audio make this a solid experience.
  3. 75
    With brilliant graphics and lots of fun mini-games, Finding Nemo is a fantastic game to get if you're looking for a great family game or a game for a younger sibling. If you're an older gamer, it's still fun, only very short and very easy.
  4. 75
    While Nemo is a short game overall, most of the levels are pretty fun, and I found myself repeating them to beat my playtimes and to win starfish, which open up minigames and concept art. [Aug 2003, p.29]
  5. 70
    It's colorful and good looking, provides a good healthy level of anti-stupid puzzles and gameplay techniques and it's funny and enjoyable to boot.
  6. While there have certainly been worse Disney games in the past, this adaptation of Finding Nemo is just an average game with a few kinks that mar an otherwise decent experience.
  7. Surprisingly fun. [Aug 2003, p.87]
  8. The visuals aren't as impressive as the movies, but the underwater aesthetic and various effects (currents, bubbles, steam) are pleasing to the eye. [Sept 2003, p.77]
  9. 60
    Of the three versions, the Xbox Finding Nemo is the one to get … if any are really worth getting. The numerous problems with the core game ensure all but the most hardcore fans are going to pass on this one.
  10. FN's only rewarding attributes are the high quality character models and the perfect license. Everything else needs work. [Nov 2003, p.130]
  11. It's not very complex or original, with little to the action beyond simple objective completion and ABC linearity, while more mature players may gag at the cutesiness of it all.

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