alaScore 95

22 recensioni


alaTest ha raccolto ed analizzato 22 recensioni su Jumper. La media della valutazione per questo prodotto è 3.2/5, confrontata con la media della valutazione di 3.9/5 per altri prodotti. Gli clienti sono impressionati da usabilità. La performance ha ottenuto inoltre un buon feedback.

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Recensione esperto da : Nele Wobker (allesbeste.de)



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Recensione esperto da (hdnumerique.com)

Test Blu-Ray : Jumper


Jumper vous plonge dans un univers fantastique où seuls certains individus ont le privilège de pouvoir se téléporter n'importe où et à n'importe quel instant. Voici le test de l'édition Blu-Ray signée Fox Home Entertainment


Recensione utente (mightyape.co.nz)

So much better than the film"


I'd not heard of this book until it was made into a film several years ago.I enjoyed parts of the film but thought it could have been so much better;reading the book on which it was based, I'm at a loss to explain why they didn'tjust base the plot...


Recensione utente (play.com)

lot to be desired


I have just picked up this game now, and within the first five minutes of the game, I want to turn it off. The camera angle is rubbish to use. Thankfully I picked this game up cheaply, and I have a few hours entertainment, that is if I decided to carry...


Recensione utente (play.com)

Hilariously bad


Do you like games with sub ps2 graphics? Games crammed with QTEs that take an hour and a half to complete? Then you'll love this. An awful game that probably took as long to make as it does to complete, good for achievements but not worth suffering...


Recensione utente (ciao.com)

Second-Rate Sci-Fi


Director: Doug Liman Screenplay: David S. Goyer & Jim Uhls Genre: Action - Adventure - Sci-Fi - Thriller Country: USA Certification: 12+ Language: English Released: 16th June, 2008 (DVD)

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Recensione utente (play.com)

You should jump away from this game


The game really only focusses on the storyline as it follows the movie perfectly. They didnt really focus on anything else. The graphics are poor and so is the gameplay. Jumping around isnt very fun to do either.


Recensione utente (play.com)

great game but too short


The game is really good and the levels throw some good challenges at you its frustrating in parts as it saves when it wants and you have to start the level again. Then just when you think you cant wait for the next challenge the credits come up and its...


Recensione utente (play.com)

Another Standard Graphic Novel Adaptation


By now you should know what you're getting, if you like 90 minutes of action and very little characterization then be my guest. With hardly any plot to speak of and good special effects, this film at least has some novelty in that the main character is...


Recensione utente (play.com)

Great concept, good action movie.


In the film, Hayden Christensen, David Rice, finds he can teleport. It's not long before he comes to the attention of Roland, played by Samuel L. Jackson, who is trying to kill all jumpers, as they leap about the world. Alas the plot has more holes...