Unite in adventure and laughter in the action-packed game of Jumanji, as you try to survive the ultimate challenge for those seeking to leave their world behind!Only you and three teammates can recover the JEWELS and save Jumanji. So get online, gather friends for split-screen play, or go alone with AI companions. There's an army of evil marauders to take on, deadly beasts and traps to dodge, and cool customizations to unlock.
And with heroes Dr. Bravestone, Ruby, Mouse, and Prof. Oberon as your avatars, you know you've got the unique abilities -- and hilarious failings -- to save the day!Features:* Return to the jungle -- Play as movie heroes Dr.
Bravestone, Ruby, Mouse, and Prof. Shelley in a hilarious new 3D action adventure. * Team up -- In online or split-screen modes, work together with up to three friends or AI teammates to defeat enemies, survive deadly traps, and save the world.
* Dangerous locations -- The world of Jumanji gets bigger with beautiful but deadly new mountain, city and jungle environments. * Endless adventure -- As you hone your skills and strategies and unlock new outfits and weapon styles, no two rounds of Jumanji are ever the same!.
Probably one of the worst movie tie-ins that has come out in recent years.
What's most frustrating about Jumanji: The Video Game is that the developers had the opportunity to take the fun premise of the movie and turn it into an equally entertaining game. Ultimately, though, they didn't give the Jumanji game the attention it deserved, and instead, turned out a title that isn't worth its $40 price tag.
Some games are so good that can set the bar and serve as a benchmark for other games, and some games are so bad that can do the same but in the other direction. Jumanji falls into the second category though, as it is so bad in everything that can be considered a benchmark for bad games. Maybe the only positive thing about Jumanji is that it is so short that whoever is playing it will not suffer for a long time.
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