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Rugrats Go Wild PC Review

Rugrats Go Wild PC Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Gary reviews the Rugrats Go Wild video game for PC! Are Tommy, Angelica, Chuckie and the rest of the Rugrats babies fun to play with? Find out here!

The Rugrats Go Wild video game for your PC is based on the Rugrats Go Wild movie. It's all about jungle fun and adventures with Tommy, Chuckie, Kimi, Angelica and the rest of the lil' kids when they get lost in the jungle. To get the Rugrats to safety, you'll have to lead the babies through the jungle, dodging monkeys, throwing gooshy balls, running from [kwlink]wild animals[/kwlink] and more!

The Rugrats Go Wild video game sounds like fun. It's full of cool levels, cute Rugrats and, unfortunately, massive glitches and bugs. The biggest problem is that Rugrats Go Wild won't install on any computer that's too fast. After calling the tech support phone number for the Rugrats Go Wild video game, it turned out there was no way to fix this problem and the only suggestions were:

  • Return the Rugrats Go Wild and get a different video game.
  • Keep the Rugrats Go Wild game and hope a fix is found.

    After finding an old PC that could run Rugrats Go Wild, it started up fine and was pretty fun to play. But, it kept on lagging and slowing down cuz whenever one of the Rugrats talks, or when a video plays, the game pauses while the CD loads the file.

    The Rugrats Go Wild has the potential to be a cool game. It's a bummer that it's so full of bugs.

    How Hard Is It?

    It's so easy even Dil could play it!

    Age Rating: Everyone.

    Thumbs Up:

  • Cool Rugrats mini-games.

    Thumbs Down:

  • Refuses to install on fast computers.
  • The sounds and videos run from the CD, which slows the game down.

    Rating: 1

    Systems:

    Computer - Win98/ME/XP, 300Mhz CPU, 64MB RAM, 80MB Hard Drive Space.

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