The Xbox LIVE Vision Camera, used for many of the games, is a complete bust (surprise!) forcing players to rely on a sometimes baffling controller scheme. Levels are divided by themed shows - Dudley Do-Right, Sherman and Mr. Peabody, etc. - which is nice, but the microgames in each level are repeated too often. This creates a snoozefest for Rocky and Bullwinkle's core audience: kids, who wonder why they're playing the same thing over and over. Music and dialogue are also on a nonstop loop in each show. Ugh!
With their iconic status Rocky and Bullwinkle will find an audience, but it could have been a much broader and more fulfilled one if this title lived up to its name.