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GamesRadar: Where the Wild Things Are Review

There are some nice design ideas, with the monsters looking reasonably like their literary counterparts (albeit moving like cardboard cutouts) and levels arranged in layers that have you warping forwards and backwards, into and out of the screen – although the portions of each world can look so similar it's easy to lose track of where you are, causing annoying step-retracing. There's really nothing new here, but it's a better than average film tie-in.

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