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Submitted by MegaSackman 543d ago | review

Monsters University Review | GamEvo

With each new Disney film there is a game attached to it, and Monsters University was not going to be the exception. In this case we have a game similar to "Temple Run" set in the pixar movie which was released worldwide weeks ago. (Android, iPad, iPhone, Monsters University: Catch Archie) 5/10

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KathyHCastro   543d ago | Spam
TotalHitman  +   543d ago
Just release the original Monsters Inc game in HD and I'll be happy.
Finalfantasykid  +   543d ago
I bought that game used a few years ago for my cousin (he must have been around 4 years old at the time, and was already becoming a gamer, partially thanks to me :)). I didn't expect the game to be any good, but I figured he would enjoy it, but I made sure to play the game a little before I sent it to him to make sure it actually worked, and I was surprised how good it was, although it played a little glitchy on the PS3, luckly he had a PS1.
RaymondCFusco   543d ago | Spam

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