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That turns out for the better in Ice Age 2. Scrat is an endearing character, and spending the bulk of your time with him is far from a detriment. His twitchy mannerisms and goofy snarls and screeches are pretty cute, and the developers did a great job of giving him moves and abilities that don’t seem out of place for a prehistoric rodent. Like the protagonist in any platformer, Scrat can jump and double jump via the Wii Remote’s A button, as well as pull off some basic attacks that mostly involve stomping and swiping with his tail. These attacks are mapped to the remote’s motion controls, so if you merely swat the controller in one direction or another, Scrat will do his most basic attacks. But when you combine attacks with jumping, you’ll be able to pull off a roll or a stomp attack. The one trick here is that sometimes the game thinks you’re trying to do a roll when you actually want to do a stomp. But that doesn’t get in the way too often because combat in the game is more of a secondary task–most enemies can’t be killed, just knocked out. Mostly, the game is about solving various jump puzzles and collecting scads of nuts.

Scrat himself is a very engaging character simply because he’s so pathetic. The videogame re-creation of the whimpering squirrel-rat is spot on thanks to convincing animation and appropriately agitated audio samples. When he walks, he grunts just as he does in the movies, and he’s constantly on edge, as though someone or something dangerous is lurking just out of view. In this way, he’s a very untraditional videogame hero. And he thrives in interesting situations. Maneuvering him through the belly of a giant fish and then watching as he squirms through the creature’s backside in a real-time cutscene is unexpectedly humorous, and slightly disgusting. It is during scenes such as this that Ice Age 2 reminds us of games like Banjo-Kazooie, which is a high compliment.

The Ice Age is ending and our subzero heroes return in this action adventure video game set in a melting paradise of water parks, geysers and tar pits. Manny the Mammoth, Sid the Sloth and Diego the Sabre-Toothed Tiger are back and realize that the melting glaciers will soon flood their…

Ice Age 2 was a surprisingly great-looking game during its initial run on consoles back in March, and it still looks very good on the Wii. There’s a nice amount of detail in the characters and level designs–the kind of detail you don’t tend to see in licensed games like this. Scrat looks just as snarlingly cute as he does in the movies, with his bug eyes and puffy tail. The same goes for Manfred, Diego, and Sid. The quality of the character models is well above average. The environments are bright, colorful, and heavily populated with enemies, side characters, and various collectibles. Everything animates nice and smoothly, too. Frame-rate drop almost never occurs, no matter how much action is going on onscreen. In terms of direct comparisons, the Wii version looks closest to the Xbox version of the game, but it’s not quite as sharp as that version. It’s definitely a step up from what the GameCube version offered–just not by a wide margin.

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