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Discussion in 'GBAtemp & Scene News' started by T-hug, Nov 7, 2006.
hurray for late movie games!
I can't stand Jack Black...at all
Rofl this most be most scarriest game cover ever?
hope the game is better than the movie.. it kinda sucked
It's only 2 weeks late for the dvd release
Doesn't work on SuperCard (0kb file). Apparently no workie on G6 or M3 either (White screens)
I love this movie... but somehow don't see this game being very good.
If it's anything like the movie, it's not worth playing.
Whats the point of making a comedy movie licensed game anyway?
No big loss. But...if this game makes all the cards not "100% compatible with nds roms" then i'll be upset
This reminds me of the Ocean´s titles on the SNES
Taken from Gamespot
The Good: Completely bizarre cutscene work; full-motion video clips from the movie; a surprising amount of moves available....
The Bad: ...except you don't actually have to use any of those moves since the grapple button takes priority over everything; extremely shallow minigames; wrestling-match graphics aren't attractive at all; story mode takes less than an hour to complete; computer wrestlers are insanely easy to beat.
Think they summed up what was to be expected anyway.........
Oh and NICE GRAPHICS
Just look at Tingle RPG's cover again.
This is far scarier than Tingle's Rupee Land.
Ok, I don't have a DS-X, I don't care about this game, but does it work on the DS-x? (Since it doesn't work on Supercard, G6 & M3)..
Yes it works on DS-X, but it's really a bad game! (to much digitalized movie scenes!)
Unless the game lets you play as other characters against Jack Black, I think I'll pass.
what is the gameplay like ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
They made a game of it?
The feck!? O_O
If its a wreslting game with Video sequences then its worth a try.
Something like a crappy Yu Yu Hakusho (SNES) styled action stradegy.
Though anything else would suck.
Still Im surprised anyone would even bother to make a game of a movie that had no real attention. Even for the younger crowd.
Someone had one too many head injuries.