Peter Pan The Motion Picture Event for Gameboy Advance
Gary reviews the Peter Pan video game for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance that's based on the Peter Pan movie!
Peter Pan is the famous "boy who never grows up" from the classic story. He's the flying boss of the Lost Boys in Neverland, hangs out with fairies and duels with a pirate named Captain Hook. Now Atari has brought the action of the cool new Peter Pan movie to the palm of your hand with Peter Pan The Motion Picture Event for the Nintendo Gameboy Advance!
Peter Pan The Motion Picture Event: Game Facts
The action and adventure of the Peter Pan video game is all side scrolling, but with a couple of modes. You control Pan as he flies loops around the pirates, swordfights with creatures on the ground and swims past deadly sharks! Coins earn you extra lives, magic circles on the ground boost your health and there are other power-ups to collect as you explore Neverland.
Peter Pan GBA Game Fun & Fairy Dust
What's coolest about the Peter Pan video game is being able to play along with the adventures of the Peter Pan movie. You can duel pirates, fly, chat with Tink and more - all in the palm of your hand.
Peter Pan GBA Game Hook, Line & Stinker
The bad news is that the Peter Pan video game is weak. The graphics aren't great, the sound effects are annoying, and the combat is hard to control. Plus, Peter Pan can fly - but he barely gets to during the game.
Peter Pan GBA Game Final Words
Atari snagged all the cool info and pictures from the Peter Pan movie, unfortunately they turned them into a stinker of a game. If you're a huge Peter Pan fan, check it out. Otherwise, there are a ton of action games that are more fun.
Peter Pan GBA Game Age Rating: Everyone.
Peter Pan GBA Game Thumbs Up:
- You can play as Peter Pan!
Peter Pan GBA Game Thumbs Down:
- The fighting is weak.
- Peter Pan can't fly very often.
- Passwords? Who the heck keeps thinking these are a good idea?
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