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Chicken Run

by Square Enix
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews) 75 / 100

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  • CHICKEN RUN brings the comedy and excitement of the film to the PlayStation.

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  • ASIN: B00004U1R5
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 x 0.5 x 5 inches
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,326 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Brand new! Shrinkwrapped/sealed with security barcode sticker strip! Final two in stock - once gone, they're gone for good!

In keeping with the film's story, the game takes place on a 1950s Yorkshire chicken farm and follows a group of loveable chickens as they try to break out of confinement. Players must help Ginger and her flock make a break for freedom while avoiding the evil Mrs. Tweedy and her oafish husband, who want to turn them into chicken pies.

When an American rooster named Rocky lands in the farm, Ginger sees her chance: these chickens won't cross the road--they'll fly the coop. Together, they prove that chickens are anything but chicken, as they engage in a daring and spectacular escape.

Set in a 3-D world that reflects the film's style, design, and atmosphere, the gameplay emphasizes stealthy exploration. You must sneak your way around the farm and gather objects that are necessary to your escape plan. Throughout the game, you'll be given the opportunity to control different characters who star in the film--Ginger, Rocky, Nick, and Fetcher.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Spiffy! December 13, 2000
Now I'm just you average 15 year old schmo but when I saw the movie Chicken Run I was amazed at the quality visuals, musical score and the script! So when I discovered it was available as a PSX game I didn't think it could match the High Standards of the movie. I was wrong, so so wrong...
Chicken Run is amazing! The visuals are great - infact they look just like the real clay-mation in the film! The score, although no different from the movie is still pleasing and the script is good too.
Its kinda a bit like Metal Gear Solid, while (you) the chicken tries to escape from the tweedy's, the dogs etc you can actually hide in shadows and behind things just like Metal Gear Solid! Its even more fun when you use a Dual Shock Controller.
Altough Chicken Run is nowhere near as long as your average RPG like FF8 or whatever - its just as entertaining! I really had heaps of fun playing it!
Buy it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Chicken Run January 15, 2001
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Chicken Run's graphics are great. It's like watching the movie. It's fun to also play as diffferent characters. But the frustrating part of the game is trying to save it in difficult spots. You have to keep going back to the same hut in order to save and sometimes you lose more items trying to get back to the hut to save the game. If you can get past that frustration, the game is fun to play!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Rent before you buy January 31, 2002
Considering how much I loved the movie, this game was a big disappointment. Although it has nice graphics, some clips from the film, and a soundtrack based on the film's theme music, the game play itself leaves much to be desired. The dogs and the Tweedys are really, really hard to avoid, unless you use "tiptoe" mode and go the long way around in all the shadows -- which is very slow and tedious. It gets boring fast.
Although you can distract the dogs by throwing a Brussel sprout, there's no way to eliminate them, even for a while. It would have been better if you could bribe the dogs with food, lock them in one area of the compound, tie them up on a rope, etc. Or maybe just let sleeping dogs lie. Frankly, the logic of having dogs loose inside the chicken yard escapes me (pun intended) -- no real farmer would do that! In the movie, the dogs patroled outside the fence, but were not running loose between the huts. In the game, they're everywhere. Even after you get back inside the compound, you get caught going to the hut where you have to save the pieces. ARGHHHHHH!!!
When a dog or a Tweedy catches you (and that happens a LOT!), you lose whatever item you just collected, and have to go back and get it again. Granted, you get an infinite number of tries (nobody gets killed in this game), but by level 3, I was too frustrated to continue playing. On the other hand, some reviewers here did enjoy the game. My recommendation would be to rent one and try it out first, then decide for yourself.
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