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Shrek: Fairy Tale FreakDown

Fighting video game by TDK Mediactive for the Game Boy Color

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Decent Shrek Fighting Game

  • Dec 10, 2006
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Pros: Fun fighting style game based on Shrek

Cons: Simplistic graphics and very repetitive

This game is a good fighting style game. In the game you battle one-on-one with Shrek characters to unlock new characters and abilities. To start out you can be several characters including Shrek and Fiona. There are three difficulty levels to try. The game offers playing experiences from not too hard to somewhat challenging making it appeal to both beginner and experienced gamers. The graphics are simplistic due to being a somewhat old game and it is very repetitive making it easy to get bored of, but if you like the movie and fighting games you should enjoy this game.


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The summer blockbuster gets small and ornery with this tournament fighter from TDK Mediactive, Inc. The game's six starting characters are Shrek, Princess Fiona, Thelonius, the Big Bad Wolf, Monsieur Hood and Pinocchio. You can unlock three additional characters -- the Gingerbread Man, the Dragon and film villain Lord Farquaad -- but you'll have to defeat each first. Each fighter has three basic moves -- punch, kick and block -- and three special moves. For example, press Left, Down, Right and A to have Shrek belch forth a fireball. Bad manners, sure, but good fightin' strategy. There are three difficulty levels and a Practice Mode in which you get to battle fairy-tale jabronis. The nine arenas include Grimm-ly appropriate settings like dark forests, castles and rickety bridges. should enjoy Shrek: Fairy Tale FreakDown. However, the lack of a multiplayer option will crimp your ability to live happily ever after.
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ESRB: E - (Everyone)
Number of Players: 1
Publisher: TDK Mediactive
Release Date: 15 May, 2001

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