Chicken Run is a platform-stealth based 3-D platform video game based on the 2000 film of the same name. The game is a loose parody of the famous movie The Great Escape, which is based on World War II. The Game Boy Color version is a 2D isometric puzzle-solving game. The game's plot is about chickens escaping from a farm from their evil owners and fighting for freedom.
Each act ends with a boss level in which the chickens have to control a mannequin of Mrs Tweedy, a linear platforming level where Rocky has to avoid hazards to get to Ginger in the pie machine and fly the 'Old Crate' stopping Mrs. Tweedy from reaching the top of the rope hanging from it. The second two acts contain minigames representing an escape attempt, which in Act 2 involves launching chickens over the fence with a seesaw, catapult or fireworks.
Kevin Rice of NextGen said of the Dreamcast version: "This is a surprisingly good conversion of a movie into a game. It's graphically brilliant in its similarities to the movie, and the gameplay is smart."
Join the gang from Chicken Run in the software fun pack. In addition to offering some of your favourite clips from the movie,Chicken Run, the CD-ROM, offers a customisable desktop and two different mini-games. Help Rocky and Ginger in their latest daring attempts to free the other chickens, or bounce the chickens to freedom in another breakout attempt.
Join the gang from Chicken Run in the software fun pack. In addition to offering some of your favourite clips from the movie,Chicken Run, the CD-ROM, offers a customisable desktop and two different mini-games.
No, what I would do is have some piece of software inside the PSP that would validate you have a certain game, sends off the code, and unlocks it for storage. It's a bit like when you get a new Mac and you go to the store and say 'I honestly did buy all those songs' and they say 'Yes, you did. You're good to go.' It should be like that. There should be some authentication system, and then I can download them on the fly.
The new PSP Digital would not require a memory stick--it would come in 4GB & 8GB models. Unlike iPods, however, it would offer an expansion slot for memory sticks. All your game data is safe--If your PC dies, you can always download the library again; if you drop the PSP in the bathtub, you have the games on PC.
As with iTunes, before going on a trip, you can choose the songs, games, movies, podcasts, and photos to take with you. It syncs and it's simple. If you forgot to grab something from your library, you can even do that later on the road with Wifi.
Right now, retailers are allowing them to do these little game downloads, and that's why they have to lock memory limits and everything else. They can't be seen to be selling full-priced games without retailer involvement, because they are trying to sell their machines as cheaply as possible at retail. 2b1af7f3a8