Shrek, Fiona, Donkey, and the gang are back for another comedic swipe at the fairy tales we all grew up with in their new movie Shrek the Third.  Activision and Amaze Entertainment are also teaming up to bring us the game adaptation with the same name. When we last left Shrek and the gang they had reconciled their differences with Fiona

The Graphics in Shrek the Third are rather rough for an Xbox 360 title.  Jagged edges, flat and blurry textures, some weak or incomplete animations, and to top it off, framerate problems plague the game from start to finish.  Granted, I didn As with previous Shrek titles, Shrek the Third uses celebrity impersonators to bring the characters to life. And just as before, they do a decent job, if not quite perfect. Similarly, the sounds sound like they could be from a movie, if not quite perfect. What is pretty perfect is the music. The soundtrack for the game does a fantastic job of recreating the moving score from the movies, giving the cutscenes and gameplay a bit more movie tie-in authenticity. For any game marketed at kids, the control scheme and camera have to be spot-on. Shrek the Third delivers on some very simple control mechanics and utilizes a camera that moves on its own. Moving Shrek and the gang is as simple as pointing the left analog stick in the direction you

Obviously, Shrek the Third follows the events of the upcoming movie by the same name.  Since the movie comes out after the game I haven There are 20 levels in Shrek the Third. Since there is little challenge or risk to falling off cliffs, your only danger is being beaten up by the rather large bosses. The game doesn