411mania writes: "You know movies games have a bit of a bad rap, they are often buggy, half assed, cheap, and not very fun at all. The sad thing abut this is that video game movies usually earn every single point of their bad raps. Game developers aren't even trying to hide the fact that these games are mostly just made for cash-in purposes and half of the time they are just slapping the name of the movie onto another game and changing the characters.
This is the exact same case with Igor, a game that pretty much has little or nothing to do with the actual movie outside of the setting and a needlessly complex "gotta catch 'em all" aspect. Once you strip all of that away you have a very mundane and much slower version of Super Puzzle Fighter II."