Shrek fans will lap this decent game licence up and probably forgive the odd control and camera issues in favour of the story and voice acting. Kids in particular will love this game, but for most of us older gamers the action will be over before the fat Ogre roars.
Shrek: Forever After - The Game looks like a Crash Bandicoot clone, which is not a bad thing: the green ogre jumps, turns on itself, breaks crates and fights enemies through a series of very colorful stages. The basic gameplay is also accompanied by a series of alternative sections that involve the accelerometer and enrich a control system otherwise based solely on the touch screen. Unfortunately, the virtual d-pad is really unresponsive and makes the overall experience frustrating and cumbersome.
SummaryCALLING ALL OGRES! The official game of DreamWorks Animations’ Shrek Forever After™! Be a “Real Ogre” as you explore, fight, scare, race and fly through 11 visually-stunning 3-D levels as Shrek, Donkey and Puss In Boots! It’s an epic tale of Love, War, & Sketchy Contracts!
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