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The Lion King

The Lion King (GEN) game cover art
Platform: Genesis
Genre: Action (Platformer)
Developer: Westwood Studios

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
12/08/1994
EU
??/??/1994
JP
12/09/1994
AU
??/??/1994
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Reader Reviews

The Lion King review

Reviewed June 10, 2007

arkrex says: "Imagine being born a prince, knowing that one day you will have to lead a great kingdom forwards through the times. The responsibility is enormous. Such is the position that our young lion cub, Simba, finds himself in Disney’s The Lion King. But he couldn’t really care less. Instead of building himself up to be a worthy successor to the throne, he yearns to roam carefree about the Pridelands day after day; he wants it all right now and he just can’t wait to be king. Whi..."
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The Lion King review

Reviewed June 14, 2009

bigcj34 says: "It’s not every day we see a movie-licensed game that’s actually any good. Traditionally, they’re manifests of cash-in mediocrity when developers are contracted to (quickly) produce a title on every console available and hope it will sell. Generally they often do. Brand recognition prevails over genuine quality as these games chart highly, yet do well to even achieve a 6/10 score. The situation has improved somewhat through the ages, but the likes of Goldeneye and certain Star Wars ..."
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The Lion King review

Reviewed March 06, 2004

tomclark says: "Back in the day, things were different. Children respected their elders. Chicken, apparently, tasted like chicken. And licensed games from uber-cute, kiddie-brainwashing, mouse loving sentimentalists Disney were welcomed with open arms, as opposed to being avoided like a sugar-coated plague. Before Walt started whoring his characters out to the developers of crappy skateboarding games (not Walt himself, obviously, his corpse is currently living in a freezer, eagerly awaiting the day that boffins..."
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