There's room for improvement — it would have been cool to give players the option of playing as all three kids at the same time — but Monster House is a pretty solid effort that even packs in a playable version of the satirically-primitive "Thou Art Dead Dead" arcade game that appears in the movie. Now that's what we call a full house.
Monster House draws inspiration from the myriad array of Mature rated survival horror games all while keeping it rated E10+. It’s a fun, scary romp that’s perfect for fans of the movie and tykes that like goosebumps.
I could mention other issues; like the fact that the whole game barely takes 3 hours to complete, the inclusion of a lame 2-D bonus game, or the lack of any sort of multiplayer features; but to complain any further would just be beating a very dead horse.
SummaryDo you have what it takes to save the neighborhood? The Monster House allows players to experience key moments of the movie as they uncover the mysteries of the house in order to save their neighborhood. Players also take on unique adventures that were inspired by the film. With three playable characters, fans of the film enjoy seeing th...