Save Far Far Away as you adventure as Shrek® and his friends on a quest from the movie and beyond in this hilarious twisted fairy tale. Play as your favorite characters and new friends from the movie each with unique abilities and outlandish moves. Journey through classic locations like Far Far Away, plus explore all new environments in the Shrek®universe. Battle a cast of all-new villains including bosses like the huge Ice Dragon, the musical Captain Hook and the devious Prince Charming.
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Adventure as Shrek and his friends – Play as favorites like Shrek®, Donkey, Puss in Boots and Fiona, as well as new friends Arthur & Sleeping Beauty, each with unique abilities, in an all new quest.
Explore the Movie and Beyond – Adventure through 20 levels from the movie and beyond, each designed with the signature Shrek humor that brings this twisted fairy tale to life. Visit memorable movie locations like Far Far Away, Merlin's Hills and Worcestershire Academy plus never-before-seen environments such as Stromboli's Puppet workshop and the Evil Queen's Castle.
Play Multiplayer Mini-Games – Knock over your opponent's tower with a catapult in Shrek's Castle Capture, fire canons at the pirates in Ships Ahoy, navigate the treacherous Catacombs Leap, and more.
Shrek the 3rd is rated
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Rated 3 out of
Good for kidsi just finished shrek the 3rd on my 360 and well its nothing special just your typical movie game, there are many things to say about this game first the storyline. i believe this was the biggest flaw in the game more then half of the game was following some wierd storyline that supposevly was what was happening inbetween the scenes in the movie for example ounce you find king arthur or arche for short you must help him finish a quest before he can leave wich involves going to the ice mountain to battle a dragon. other then the story line i woud say its an okay game for younger kids at least between the ages of 5 to 10 to be more exact or if your fan of shrek you mite like it to. but i do not recomend it to the average teen or adult if your still in to games. it is also a pretty short game so if you have the choice to eather rent it or buy it i would rent it. the controlls are simple just hit by pressing x nothing special, there is although power ups for each character for example for shrek he will go into oger mode in which he slows down time its pretty fun acctually but other then that there really is nothing else to say other then it beeing a good kid game and also a good game to score achievment points. thank you for everyone that has looked at my review ill be reviewing pirates of the caribean next till then see ya
Date published: 2009-09-07
Rated 2 out of
ANOTHER BAD MOVIE GAMEThis game could have been a lot more fun if they would have worked out the gameplay and mechanics better. Too many times I had to just mash the buttons to beat a bigger character. I did like that you got to play as all the other characters, and that all the other characters had their own fighting techniques. The story line was alright, it followed the movie half-way decently. I did think that the graphics were good considering the format of the movies. I did like that it was a little challenging to find all the hidden stuff, but just a small amount of looking around yielded some results in finding them. Even my 8-year old got bored with this one. Alright game for the price, but the game-play really took a lot to get used to. I would recommend this game to somebody for a simple fooling around achievements game, but that's about it.