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The Smurfs - Mission Vileaf

OSome Studio, Microids
Oct 26, 2021 - Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One
Fair

OpenCritic Rating

68

Top Critic Average

22%

Critics Recommend

Hobby Consolas
73 / 100
ZTGD
6.5 / 10
JVL
13 / 20
The Games Machine
7.8 / 10
Everyeye.it
6 / 10
Gameblog
5 / 10
Generación Xbox
7.2 / 10
Spaziogames
6.8 / 10
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Critic Reviews for The Smurfs - Mission Vileaf

‎If you are looking for an adventure for a player, that young and old can enjoy, it is one of the best options you will find this Christmas. It is not very original and always goes on insurance, but its pleasant and entertaining development and great dubbing invite you to continue playing. On Switch it has slight frame petardeos, but it is perfectly playable.‎

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ZTGD

6.5 / 10.0
Ken McKown

Like I mentioned at the top this is a game that just feels like it exists. I was drawn in thanks to my connection to the Smurfs from my childhood. Playing with my son he enjoyed the game, but had little interest in learning about the characters. It feels like the game is more built to tug at nostalgia instead of bringing in new interest. Even so the core game is enjoyable enough to recommend for parents looking to play games with their kids. It is easy enough to play while also not being too simplified for the sake of being a ‘kids’ game. Definitely worth checking out for parents and kids alike.

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JVL

JamHet
13 / 20
JVL

Finally, Microids has prepared a platform game for everyone, which will be fun for both the youngest and adults who remember the Smurfs of their childhood. Despite some bugs, a not very developed mechanic and a fairly simple story, it is a smurfly pleasant title for the whole family.

Review in French | Read full review

I didn't start out with the best of expectations, but The Smufs Mission Villeaf turned out to be a nice little game! For a few hours it brought me back to the age when I hastily dined to leave my parents to their sad newsreel, and went to watch the Smurfs on the TV in my room. The graphic rendering of the characters is commendable (certainly more rounded than that of the two recent films) and the soundtrack a small masterpiece.

Review in Italian | Read full review

In looking for a way to compose a product suitable for children, Microids seems to have lost sight of what is really needed to convey a bit of healthy fun pad in hand.

Review in Italian | Read full review

With The Smurfs - Mission Vileaf, Osome Studio offers a kind of huge tutorial to 3D platformers: folded in the space of just a few hours, the adventure is only for beginner players in full development of their fine motor skills. With beacons every two meters and invisible walls in abundance, this initiatory course with a very nice tone remains much too wise to satisfy other profiles.

Review in French | Read full review

The Smurfs: Missin Vileaf is a tiny adventure meant for parents and kids to share the game. Slow paced and with litte to lose the game will undoubtely entertain the little ones for quite some time.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

If you are a long-time fan of Papa Smurf and his little friends, you will surely enjoy this. The game is pretty far from perfect and shows some hiccups on Nintendo Switch, but it's fun enough to achieve what he wanted: to entertain the younger players with a cartoonish and colorful adventure.

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