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Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)

A board game in which players are divided into two teams and play various mini-games in order to acquire more clients for the pest control service.

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A board game in which players are divided into two teams and play various mini-games in order to acquire more clients for the pest control service.

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A Huge Disappointment! coming from an Wallace and Gromit fan.
25 January 2009 | by (West Hove, England) – See all my reviews

First off, when I brought this was when then film came out. I am a huge fan of Wallace and Gromit but I feel the fans deserved better than this game. Nick Park was said to have worked on this game but it doesn't hide the fact and truths about the game play and lasting appeal. The only good thing about this is that Peter Sallis and Helena Bohema Carter (Is that how you spell it?) kept their voices for the game. The gameplay was awful and hard to control. You just had Gromit running around in circles for most of the first level without any clear intention of the mission given to him. The switching roles from Gromit to Wallace or vise-versa can be too unpredictable and at times irritating. I can't tell tell you how much more of the game because I was still stuck on the first level before giving up. And also, most of the time, you were just sucking rabbits up through a hose in the ground and collecting how much you got in. This doesn't really have a great deal of an lasting appeal if that is the task for most of the game. If you conquer the game, you will probably get bored of it before you decide to conquer it again.

Suppose it's good for Wallace and Gromit fans like me but the bad gameplay, non-appealing tasks and boring storyline is it's big downfall. Beside, I haven't played "Project Zoo" at all yet so I don't if that any better. Good for a challenge but if you're expecting because it's Wallace and Gromit, don't go out of your way.

2/10


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