That’s why I reminded myself that Tintin is the star of a comic book series that was adapted into a film and then reformed into a video game.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is based on the 3D film by Steven Spielberg (which should hit South African cinemas in December 2011). The majority of the game is a platformer with a few vehicle and third-person levels in-between. The most entertaining parts of the levels are the combat sections where Tintin attacks his enemies in a variety of ways.
The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn is a fun game for casual or young gamers.
The catalogue of games that’s adapted from movies is uninspiring and usually leaves much to be desired. I was counting on this – I didn’t want my childhood memories of the Belgian reporter destroyed because of a terrible game.


While The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn won’t blow you away it does have a fair appeal. The platform levels are undemanding and straightforward – up to a point where it gets repetitive. He can sneak up to them, hit them with beach balls, drop chandeliers onto their heads or just beat the living daylights out of them.
It’s humorous to see enemies slip on a banana peel and slam into other foes leaving them dazzled on the floor. The main story will take around 5 hours to complete and it has co-op play with additional levels. It’s charming to those of us who grew up with the comic books and captivating enough for the younger generation of gamers who grew up with the likes of Bakugan and Ben 10.
The game keeps a fair sense of innocence in its combat mechanic which gives an overall light-heartedness to the adventure.


Experienced gamers might find the controls a bit quirky because they’re so simple but there’s no real fault with the mechanics.
Che cut-scenes are an eyesore; they look like they were filmed on a cellphone and stretched into fullscreen. This is one of those rare games where pre-rendered cinematics look worse than gameplay footage.



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