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Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure

Platform(s): PlayStation 2
Genre: Action
Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment

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SEGA Brings 'Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure' (PS2) To North America

by Rainier on Oct. 24, 2005 @ 6:04 p.m. PDT

Following a freak flying accident that ruined his brother George's photography project, Stuart takes on the Big Apple, embarking on a frantic mission to save the day. Re-creating the photographs for the school project involves completing missions, following clues and a little bribery! Stuart recieves lots of help along the way, even Snowbell the cat will lend a hand if he's given a treat!

The game begins where the motion picture Stuart Little 2 ends; players take on the role of Stuart, who is given the task of recreating a photography project for his brother George. This quest will take Stuart through multiple locations, including the Little family house, the street, and the backyard. With a clever storyline, inventive mini-games and multiple missions, Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure is a family title offering a level of depth not found in most titles geared towards younger players.

Key Features

  • Large game world featuring sandbox gameplay; take mission objectives at your own pace.
  • Highly varied missions, including platforming, photography, and racing.
  • Multiple vehicles and tools at Stuart's disposal.
  • Intuitive, non-violent gameplay.
  • Continues the popular film series, picking up where Stuart Little 2 ends.

Developed by Magenta Software and published by Sega of America, Inc. under license from Sony Computer Entertainment Europe Limited, Stuart Little 3: Big Photo Adventure for the PlayStation®2 is rated "E" for Everyone by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) and carries a suggested retail price of $29.95.

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