Tintin's controls are fluid and its visuals are really nice, the only problem was how easy the game was. I never felt like I had to think about anything while I was playing, I just was kind of going through the paces. While it won't hold most adult's attention, The Adventures of Tintin is safe buy for anybody with a younger child in the house.
The Adventures Of Tintin Looks Amazing, But It's A Bit Too Easy
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