Rated 10 out of 10 by 3
Rated 10 out of 10 by kingdomheartsfan1879 funish,but...too easy
Tintin is kinda fun its not hard at all tintin is i think the same actor,but hammoks voice is definitly not the same voice at all.(SPOILER ALERT) theres a part thats like james camerons titanic were the little boy is in the hallway and the doors gonna explode with water,that same exact thing happened in the game.the game has practicly nothing to do with the movie so you dont have to watch the movie.but you guys thatare reading this should wait for the price to go down.enjoy the game everybody:-)
Rated 0 out of 10 by codrules uummmm
Not shore what 2 say it looks kinda weird but I don't know yet
Rated 10 out of 10 by Ruffian2 Tintin Can't Lose!
The Adventures of Tintin: The Game, or “The Secret of the Unicorn” is based on the Steven Spielberg movie of the same name. Tintin is a young reporter from Brussels, Belgium, and he and his dog, Snowy, get swept up in an epic globetrotting adventure just to get a story. All in a day’s work!
Parents, if you do not let your kids watch the movie because you have read reviews for the movie and you are concerned that Tintin’s buddy, Captain Haddock, is usually drunk or due to the movie’s violence, then this is a great alternative. The movie tries to be as realistic as possible, and the game tries to be as cartoonish as it can. The Captain is not drunk in the game, and the worst that can happen to bad guys or Tintin is they get knocked out. No dying in this game! If you defeat an enemy, then he falls in a silly way and birds fly around his head, and they do the chirping sound. As my title suggests, Tintin can’t lose because if you run out of health, it shows a short cutscene of Tintin being dazed and then you go back to the checkpoint. This game does include punching bad guys, but you probably expected that, and as likely as not, you can find a way to cleverly defeat your enemies. There are some violent parts though. There are parts where you play as a pirate in a flashback, and it is a sword fight, but your pirate enemies just get knocked out if you defeat them. Also, there are a couple of mini games that are different from the actual game. There are levels that include flying planes and driving a motorcycle that may be hard for young guys. Other than that, this is a great game for young guys and fans of the movie or series.
On to the details! The graphics are amazing, and you can learn the gameplay very quickly. They have very cool music in the soundtrack that I think is from John Williams himself. The lasting appeal is great because after movie mode you can do another story from Captain Haddock’s dreams which are really random, but fun. I give this game a ten out of ten for a very great game. If you have youngsters who are begging you to take them to see Tintin and you won’t let them see it, I think your kids would have way more fun playing as the intrepid reporter.