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Rugrats In Paris

video game review Video Game Review: Rugrats In Paris Publisher: THQ
Category: Action, Kids
Platform: PS1, N64, Game Boy
ESRB Rating: Everyone    Release Date: November 2000

Overall Rating: 0.5 Stars out of 4

Review by Tom Allen
½ Star out of 4
(Review of PS1 version)

Rugrats in Paris is not an action game or an adventure game as you would expect. It's a collection of mini-games set within a Paris amusement park called "Euroreptarland."

Besides the mini-games, game play is limited to gathering the endless stream of red tickets found in plain view in the park. You trade these tickets for prizes at the prize center, and the prizes help you complete mini-games.

The mini-games are incredibly boring, and you can't get out of a game until you lose a round by not getting enough points. In one game, "Chuckie Chan" uses some basic karate moves to bust some flying wooden boards. In another game, Reptar storms through Paris at night. Other games include tossing baseballs and cookies, as well as ramming your buddies in the bumper cars. None of these games are as fun as they sound. THQ did an infinitely better job with Rugrats: Search for Reptar. Get that game instead.

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