Parents' Guide to

Happy Feet Two: The Videogame

By Mark Raby, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 6+

Movie-based game retells story, along with music and rhythm.

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Happy Feet Two: The Videogame provides players with multiple gameplay styles, making it a fun title that stays fresh and interesting for a while. On the flip side, none of these gameplay styles feels fully fleshed out, and what results is a series of levels that are different but uninspired. This game suffers from the same dilemma that many movie-based games do -- the production quality is not stellar and it feels like a title that was rushed out to meet a release date of the movie. Nevertheless, the tie-ins to the film, parallel storyline, and feeling like players are a part of the movie should be enough of a reason for fans to enjoy the game.

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