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The Simpsons Game

3.5 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
Rated: Teen
Metascore: 64 / 100
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  • Action-comedy with hilarious, sprawling, and mind-busting storyline crafted by TV show's Emmy Award-winning writers
  • Full cast of voice actors from the TV show and movie lend to the ultimate authenticity and realism of the game
  • Play as all members of your favorite dysfunctional TV family as you battle to save them from video-game purgatory
  • Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa use exciting, all-new powers to save the world from rising chaos
  • Journey through all of Springfield, vanquish an array of villains, and fight through parodies of multiple popular games

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Platform: Nintendo Wii

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Platform:Nintendo Wii
Release date November 2, 2007
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3.5 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #10,711 in videogames
#430 in Video Games > Wii > Games
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Product Dimensions 7.5 x 5.2 x 0.5 inches
Media: Video Game
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By J. Gustin on November 6, 2007
Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I've been keeping an eye on the development of this game and I was really looking forward to its release. Now that I've had the chance to sit down and play it, I'm afraid it wasn't anything like I thought it would be.

Before I go into any negatives, I will say that the script/spoken dialog in the game is hilarious and features the original cast voices. The character animation is also done nicely. Unfortunately, that is where the positive comments end. The play control is a disaster. It was difficult to control the various special moves for each character and camera tracking was horrible. You can manually reposition the view point being shown, however I found myself constantly needing to do so in order to make my way through the levels. Overall, it just felt like I wasn't in control of the character and often times it was very frustrating trying to jump from platform to platform only to fall down and have to start a tedious process of getting back to where I was at all over again. The constant need to switch between characters became annoying as well. I really, really wanted to love this game, but I am so disappointed. I'm also really upset that I actually paid full price for this title as well. If this was $19.99 I wouldn't feel so burned right now.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
I am a relatively new gamer, but a HUGE Simpson's fan and so was very excited about this game. I tried it out, and while it is way cool that they got the real voice actors to do the voices for the characters and the in between videos, and the graphics are also really cool (the characters look almost exactly like they do in the show); I was very disappointed. The main problem is that the game play is extremely difficult. To be clear, it isn't that the game itself is hard, but rather that the camera angle makes it really hard and extremely frustrating to play the game: it seems to always be in the wrong place. Another flaw (from a Wii perspective) is there is very little use of the Wii remotes capabilities. The later is forgivable given that it is a multi-platform game, but the previous is not forgivable (especially from someone like EA), if they had the camera placed correctly the game would be far less frustrating and much more enjoyable.

In short I am glad I was able to try the game out and not have to buy it. It might be worth it to me (for the Simpson's value alone) if the game was $20 dollars or so.
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Of the Simpsons-related videogames that I have played, this one ranks as the most fun. It's a 3D platform game that makes fun of both the Simpsons and videogames (with Comic Book Guy pointing out various cliches), as you not only guide a pair of Simpsons characters through various types of levels which include being inside the world of videogames, but you also get to play in the style of other types of videogames, like the Dance Dance Revolution boss battle with God. It's not entirely perfect, as the camera will get really crazy in spots where you'll try to get the best angle view of the action. But overall, it retains the style of humor that's found in the cartoon show with the entire cast doing the actual character voices. The game obviously looks better on the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360, which has additional elements that you won't find on the Wii and Playstation 2 versions, though the Wii version has its own special features that use the Wii Remote. But even without the added horsepower of those systems' graphic engines, the game still makes you feel like you're in a living version of Springfield, and the characters are all very well animated. I say this one's a keeper and a classic.
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Platform for Display: Nintendo Wii
If you're a fan of the show, skip this review because you either 1) already own the game or 2) are going to buy it regardless of what the agnst-ridden teenage reviewers on Amazon write about it. Why? Because it features the full Simpsons cast, too many characters to count, and 37 original Simpson short clips.

For non-Simpsons fans, the concept is a lot of fun, but the gameplay can get boring at times. You work with characters and their special abilities to solve puzzles and beat challenges in each level. It's pretty easy, except the controls, like most 3D games, can drive you nuts at certain times. The camera is downright horrible in a handful of places. The visuals are very similar to the show, and the short clips (movies) are spot-on. Most of the later missions are clever parody, though pretty repetitive gameplay.

Update: After a few weeks of playing, I have to say I enjoyed myself, even though I found myself yelling at the television when I couldn't figure out my next move or time a jump exactly right. I adjusted the sensitivity of the X and Y axis on the controller, and that seemed to make a big difference. Co-op play was a clever addition to give the game a good amount of replay value. In fact, co-op is where the game shines. Playing with a partner is literally twice the fun. For the most part, the challenges are entertaining, and the script is a riot. Sure, the first couple of levels are a little too easy, but the game really picks up by the fourth mission. If you're bored early, give it a chance, the game definitely comes around.

I'm a huge Simpsons fan, and so far, the game has met all of my expectations. If I were not a Simpsons fan, I think this game would be more of a renter or a used-buy. It will crack everyone up, fan or not.
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