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Arthur and the Invisibles review

Save the Invisibles, er Minimoys, er whatever

Pros

  • Puzzles get increasingly smarter
  • Awesome score
  • Budget Price

Cons

  • Irritating voiceovers
  • Obnoxious camera angles
  • Yourself for playing it

You can all thank Atari for doing nothing to raise the bar for the doomed genre that is the game-based-on-movie. Although to be honest, you could hardly blame them in this case, considering the children%26rsquo;s book-turned-abysmal-film Arthur and the Invisibles is their source material.

More Info

GenreChildren's
DescriptionThe movie game is always a slippery slope, but adding tiny heroes and bugs everywhere gives this attractive action adventure an oddly appealing premise.
PlatformPS2, PSP, PC, DS
US censor ratingRating Pending, Rating Pending, Rating Pending, Rating Pending
UK censor rating3+, 3+, 3+, 3+
Release date:9 January 2007 (US), 2 February 2007 (UK)
Available platforms:PC
Genre:Children's
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