Parents' Guide to

Men in Black: Alien Crisis

By Marc Saltzman, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Play as an MIB agent in mediocre arcade shooter.

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Men in Black: Alien Crisis has its moments of intense firefights, good voice acting, and a fun story that doesn't try to recreate the new MIB movie. Along with the single-player campaign there's also two-player split screen multiplayer and a four-player "hot-seat" mode for those who want to challenge siblings or friends to various sharpshooter challenges and competitions (such as the V.R. Challenges mode). But the shooting gets a little repetitive and tedious after a while, the graphics are subpar compared to today's games, and there's little replayability. It's certainly not worth the $60 price tag ($50 on the Wii), but might be a fun weekend rental for those familiar and fond of the Men in Black flicks.

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