The Lion King Review
Overall - 8
The Lion King game is a pretty exciting game to play. I remember playing this game when I was a kid. I didn't do good. I tried this game out again and I seem to got a little bit better than last time. I think that this game is fun for a Disney game. It is so adventurous. What I thought about was that it is a little like Cheetah Men, only 10 times better. Why? Cause it is like playing one lion in one level and other levels you are the big lion. I am not saying that it is exactly the same, but it plays as like that. Anyways, the game is quite interesting to play if you really like The Lion King.
Graphics - 9
The graphics are very good in this game. No blocky structures and glitches. The background images are very well-made and looks exactly like The Lion King.
Sound - 10
The sound is good. The melody for The Lion King goes very well with the game. The sound effects are quite quiet like you would not hear a banging noise or a powing noise. If you get hit, the lion would say "ow." I think that it is good to make it sound like it would not be a classic game like Mario or something cause that would be weird. They make it sound realistic.
Addictiveness - 6
I may play this game again. It sure looks fun to be the little lion and the giant lion. I cannot seem to understand why I would play it some of the time, but that is how you are if you seem to like a game that would be a Disney-related thing.
Story - N/A
Unfortunately, there is no story in this game. Although, there is a movie about it to those who have never heard of this before. I am not sure if it plays like the movie cause I have never seen the entire movie of it, so I cannot judge about that. I really don't know the point of this game to be honest. It could be something about getting revenge, but you would just have to find that out.
Depth - 8
The game is quite big. It has very steep levels and animals in there that you use to get on platforms. Pretty crazy, but that is what the game is like.
Difficulty - 6
The game is sort of hard. I had trouble with it, but I think I got over it. On the second level, I had no idea what to do, so I had to look at a walk through to see what I was suppose to do. There are sometimes some things that you do not know what to do and you would have to look it up to figure out what to do.
Wrap Things Up...
The Lion King is one of the most popular children movie and game in the world. It is really enjoyable to play when you try to play it in the past. I recommend trying this game out. It sure can be fun if you like trying games that you haven't played in so long. :)
Graphics 9 Sound 10 Addictive 6 Depth 8 Difficulty 6
The Lion King Box Description: You think you want to be King? Get real. You're starting life as Simba, the cub. To survive and grow into a powerful adult lion, you must perfect your savage pounce, reckless roar and master fighting with all four paws. If you survive the challenge, you'll grow into a strong, ferocious adult lion.
So prepare to scrap with hyenas. Blast through an elephant graveyard. Battle an in-your-face stampede of trampling wildebeests. And you'd better quit hanging with slackers like Timon and Pumbaa, unless you want to be scarfing bugs the rest of your life!
Are you sure you want to be King? Then it's time to cut loose in the deadliest one-on-one brawl ever. Defeat your evil Uncle Scar. Recapture the Pridelands. And reclaim your rightful place in the Circle of Life.
The Lion King Description: Young Simba just can't wait to be king. His father is the current King of the Savannah and the young prince is able to frolic the lands at will; jumping on and around other subjects of this animal kingdom. When Simba's father, King Mufasa, is killed and his evil brother Scar takes over the kingdom, Simba is banished from the lands of his birthright and has to grow up fast, honing his skills, for the day of his return.The Lion King, based on the famous Disney movie, is a platform game where you control Simba - initially as a young cub, and later as an adult lion. The plot of the game follows the plot of the movie. Each of the levels represents a part of the movie. As young Simba, you can fight various beasts, such as lizards, by jumping on them. You can also roar to scare some creatures into submission, though every time you roar, you have to wait for your "roar meter" to charge. As an adult lion, you can still roar and jump, but now you fight enemies by slashing at them with your claws (if you're skillful enough, you can also grab them and toss them off the screen). The game features no in-game save function, and it needs to be replayed from the beginning every time.
Loose Value: (beta)
Complete Value: (beta)
New Value: (beta)