Games2C: Monsters vs. Aliens Review

This happens continually in kid–friendly movie license games, with developers often citing 'simplified gameplay' in order to appeal to a younger audience. Well we argue that there's room for both inventive gaming and streamlined controls. Co–op is fun for a time, but there's just not enough here to keep playing for any considerable length. And when the eye candy isn't anything special – down to cut scenes that use in–game graphics rather than movie FMV clips, we can't help but feel that Monsters is a little too 'me too' to make the grade as a worthy, standalone game.

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