Peter Jackson's King Kong User Reviews
Ubisoft hitting their stride with a surprisingly great licensed game.
If I had to choose between the 1933 version and the 2005 version of King Kong to watch, I'd choose the 1933 one in a heartbeat. Sure, the visuals have aged about as well as you'd expect a human born in 1933 to, but at least it gets shit done, while the 2005 version, as pretty as it looks, drags like crazy at the beginning and, outside of a few scenes, is pretty boring to watch. The 1933 version, on the other hand, has great dialogue, great pacing and just feels like a lot of fun to watch. In saying that, the movie based on...
-Character likeness and voice acting.
-Dinasaurs not seen in the movie.
-Sticks to the story line while straying from it just a little.
-Can Play as Kong.
-Ammo not strewn all over the environments.
-Realistic aiming system.
-Way to short.
-The scenes are way to short and don't show anything useful.
-Could have been more climatic.
-Not enough Kong missions.
Peter Jackson's King Kong the Official Game of the Movie takes place on a mysterious island, skull island. A film maker Carl Denim thought this would be a great location to film his movie. Bringing along a play writer, an actress, and an actor, plus a ship of sailors they journey to this island.
Playing As Man
In this game you don't play as just King Kong, you also play as Jack Driscoll, a famous play writer hired by Carl Denim to write a script for the movie. Jack's adventure takes place in a fist peron perspective. You find guns and ammo given to you by the captain, as well as f...
I really liked this game. Although it doesn't take too long to complete, the game-play is very intense. Comparing it to other titles that have been made after a film, this is absolutely amazing. The only bad thing is that it is also fairly easy. But just because I've said that it is simple, that does not mean that all of the levels are easy. In fact, some of them are very hard!
The graphics are awesome. I can honestly say I've never seen anything like it. New York looks so real that it is unreal! And Skull Island looks superb. If you have seen the film, you will know what I mean. Kong looks ...