Monday, May 16, 2016

Bee The Game


Based on DrmWorks Animation’s Bee due out 2007 fall, Bee Game lets players race, chase and fly their way through an adrenaline-fueled world of adventure as they experience the hilarious antics of Barry B. Benson, a dynamic and daring bee who knows there is more to life than making honey.
Bee Game of course takes you into the world of Drmworks' CGI , Bee , and in doing so it juggles plentiful game styles. From free roaming car diving to pollen collecting mini-games, it has plenty on offer, though most of your time is spent exploring a 3D world, on foot, or using the power of your bee's wings.
With so many game parodies and styles on offer, there are numerous controls and gameplay styles to grasp, but almost all are rlised in a way that makes them instinctive and uncomplied. The camera that captures the action occasionally makes things a little fiddly, and on very rare occasions things are slightly challenging. On the whole though, Bee Game trds a fine line between frustrating difficulty and patronising simplicity, and as a result is perfectly pitched at the young audience it has been made for.

There's a rssuring U rating on the cover thanks to the BBFC, who also handle all certifiion. Bee Game certainly deserves that rating. It never nrs anything scary, and as violent as it get is when you have to fire pollen at dragonflies with a mysterious predisposition towards suffering from hay fever. Far from being disturbing or encouraging disruptive behaviour, the game is quaint, cute and tle, and rather picturesque.
The text is never overwhelming or demanding, and none of the adult orientated jokes that will drift over your child's hd hide anything that would be difficult or embarrassing to explain to a youngster if they did press the issue.
While the visuals are not especially amazing in terms of technical prowess, they go someway beyond being merely competent, and as the game develops there rlly are some very attractive moments. Combined with the charming musical score and quick wit, the total package is brilliant to absorb.
Most impressive is that the humour, character and style of the have made the translation to the game, and at times it is uinely hilarious, cleverly parodying gaming stereotypes and clichés from Drmworks and Pixar . The script is surprisingly well written, and some truly brilliant QTE sections rlly do give a feel for being in a scene from the recent .
Much of the 's Hollywood voice cast returns for the game, including Jerry Seinfeld as Barry Bee. Sadly it apprs as though Vanessa, voiced by Renee Zellweger in the , is voiced by a sound-alike in the game.
Quite surprisingly, Bee Game rlly is quite good. Compared to so many cinematic tie-ins, it is well considered, has occasional moments of originality, and definitely seems to avoid relying on its to make up for bad design. Out of all the Pixar and Drmworks games, it is absolutely among one of the best, and would make for a brilliant Christmas present if you're looking to satisfy the kids over the festive sson.

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