Open Season (PSP)
- Play as Boog and Elliott and relive the movie adventure
- Interact with Beth, Shaw, and all your animal favourites from the Open Season film
- Features the same cast of voice actors as the movie, including Ashton Kutcher, Martin Lawrence and Billy Connelly
- Throw skunk bombs, hurl rabbits, use acorn-firing squirrels, and pull outrageous woodland pranks to scare the pants off the hunters
- Roll in a giant snowball, ride the rapids on a floating outhouse, zip through tunnels in a crazy mine cart ride, and take on more madcap adventures as Boog discovers how to go from Mild to Wild
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- Platform: Sony PSP
- PEGI Rating: Ages 3 and Over
- Media: Video Game
- Item Quantity: 1
Open Season (PSP)
In a nutshell:
Just like the movie, Boog the bear and Elliot the deer are just trying to get home, but theres an endless wilderness and an army of hunters in their way.
Theres not a movie worth its salt, particularly not a CGI kids movie that would dare walk the merchandising catwalk without a video game adaptation. The problem is most of them arent very good and despite some fun moments Open Season doesnt really do much to stand out from the crowd. Whats annoying is that Boog actually has a number of interesting abilities, like throwing skunks as stun grenades and squirrels as nut firing gun turrets, but by the time youve unlocked them all its almost the end of the game. This means for most of the time youre just carrying out dull fetch quests, which is fine for fans of the movie but wont be for everyone else.
Most exciting moment:
The most enjoyable sections of the game all revolve around impromptu chase sequences, with mine cart races, mountaintop escapes and a white water rapids ride down a river on the remains of an outside toilet.
Since you ask:
Another highlight of the game is a number of fun unlockable mini-games, including such unlikely tasks as competitive flower picking and log rolling, which you can also play in four-player mode with friends.
The bottom line:
One for fans of the movie only.- HARRISON DENT
Top customer reviews
Game play is not that great either my daughter is 9 years old and gets bored with this game quickly. It is hardly picked up and played now, there is now action or suspense to keep her interested.
I think this game would be more suited to younger children just starting out in the gaming world.