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Submitted by kevco33 1079d ago | review

In-depth Review: The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn - Electronic Theatre

Tintin & Haddock is essentially a Metroid-light mode. Playing in a dazed vision of Haddock’s house conjured by his mind, the player flits between characters at will, progressing through some intricately designed 2D levels to find objects and return to the hub to unlock new areas and costumes. It’s a strange addition, but a pleasant one, and does a good job of bulking out a videogame in which the main campaign could easily be considered a little on the short side. (3DS, iPad, iPhone, PC, PS3, The Adventures of Tintin, Wii, Xbox 360) 70/100

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