Wallace & Gromit: Curse of the Were-Rabbit Image

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  • Summary: Konami's Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit video game closely follows the events of the Aardman and DreamWorks film, with players using cooperative modes to guide any pairing of Wallace, Gromit or their rabbit friend, Hutch, through four huge areas. Players are given free reign of the area as they attempt to solve the problems of the Giant Vegetable Competition. Their mission takes them from the seaside to suburbia as they venture out at night to confront the beast responsible for the vegetable-based carnage. Collapse
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  1. Park and his team's creative modelling skills make the films magical, but in replacing them with computer graphics this game delivers pretty average fare. That said, its cartoon visuals and helpful prompts should keep younger children amused for hours.
  2. The upcoming film makes for decent source material, and you couldn't ask for a more faithful or inventive game. [Official UK Xbox Magazine]
  3. The prayer-answering adventure game, this is a jaunt the term 'cracking' was invented for. [Xbox World]
  4. Not brilliant, but it's a competent licensed title that should appeal to hardcore W&G fans. [Nov 2005, p.149]
  5. The gameplay is not the most involved or varied we've ever seen, but as far as movie tie-in's go it's one of the best.
  6. In the end, W & G does what it set out to do, and in that, respect is a very solid title.
  7. There are simply too many characters to remember, too many quests to keep track of and too many different devices and combat moves to simply remember them all.

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