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Where The Wild Things Are


$50.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Audio is well developed, gives you a sense of space like you're "inside" the game. Graphics are detailed and gorgeous, everything is beautiful. Easy to pick up and start playing without a lengthy learning curve.

The Cons:A little easy to blow through the whole game quickly for older players.

Where The Wild Things Are (the video game) is an action-adventure video game based on the 2009 movie directed by Spike Jonze, which itself is based on the popular children's book with the same title. In the game, players will take the role of young Max to explore the island of Wild Things while overcoming obstacles and battling fierce creatures.

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As Max, you will be able to run, jump, climb and swing acrross the hostile terrain, battle enemies with your trusty sceptor and collect special items and power-ups to give you new abilities. Max will also befriend several of these fearsome but lovable creatures who will help him learn new skills and abilities and work with him to solve puzzles throughout the game. Where The Wild Things Are (the video game) was released October 13, 2009 and is available on all major platforms including Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo DS.

Specifications

  • Developers: Griptonite Games, WayForward (Nintendo DS)
  • Publisher: Warner Brothers
  • Series: Where The Wild Things Are
  • Platform(s): Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Nintendo DS
  • Release date: October 13, 2009
  • Genre: Action-Adventure
  • Modes: Single-player
  • Rating: ESRB: 10+

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    audio is well developed, gives you a sense of space like you're "inside" the game

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    graphics are detailed and gorgeous, everything is beautiful

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    easy to pick up and start playing without a lengthy learning curve

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    great for the whole family to play together in multiplayer mode

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    storyline is true to the book, feels like you're playing through the story itself

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    challenging and fun gameplay for younger players

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    a little easy to blow through the whole game quickly for older players

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