Let me take you back to 2001, gaming wise. It was the rise of the sixth generation of gaming. The first year the GameCube was released, the time the PS2 was gaining more traction, the year the original XBOX (greatest console ever) came out, a time of… so-so launch titles that weren’t by the companies marketing the systems. What I mean by that is that developers were still accustomed to the standards of the fifth generation of gaming, hence why we had titles on the PlayStation up to 2002 (and I’m drawing the line there because only those with no shame would ever release PlayStation titles in, say 2004 or 2005 (seriously, one of each exists). There was a window for improvement, and it gradually grew overtime.
Now let’s take a look at Shrek. A name that was once synonymous with a decent children’s film, and is now best associated with memes, memes galore, and that’s about it.
Now I know what you’re thinking, why did I start off with nothing but drivel? Well, this ties in to my experience with the following game. Read more