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Shrek the Third review

You'll actually have some fun playing a game called "Shrek the Third." And this is how the apocalypse begins...

Pros

  • Your holy wind
  • Your collaboration minutes
  • Close to a full half-hour of this

Cons

  • Sanitized cultural exploitation
  • Touch-screen disobedience
  • Your parenting skills if your kid wants this

Are your eyes bleeding? They should be. Soon the universe will shudder as a fat gash in the earth suddenly tears open to swallow our species, and smiling Satan rockets up from the depths to enslave us. And why? Because it was preordained for this software to be slipshod: an interactive commercial bought by parents too lazy and too negligent to give their child something without Disney’s mark on the box (the logo of the beast). Yet here, God’s law is disemboweled… well, for a few moments.

More Info

GenreAction
DescriptionIf you want a Shrek fix, you won't have to look far, because it will be on at least one system you own.
Franchise nameShrek
UK franchise nameShrek
PlatformWii, Xbox 360, PS2, PSP, DS, PC
US censor ratingEveryone 10+
Release date1 January 1970 (US), 22 June 2007 (UK)