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Hail to the Chimp is a video game for seventh generation consoles developed by Wideload Games and published by Gamecock Media Group. In the game, players compete in mini-games as animals vying for the throne of the animal kingdom. The game was released on June 23, 2008 for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. The full game was released for download on the PlayStation Store on April 10, 2009 for the European and Australian markets. Its title is a reference to a drive-in movie called "Hail to the Chimp," which Homer watches during his car theft plan in the season nine Simpsons episode "Dumbbell Indemnity."
Hail to the Chimp received mixed reviews from critics. Some criticized it for having bad controls and camera and thin comedy, while others deemed it a best-of-breed party game that filled a notable gap on the high-end consoles.
- UGO - A-
- 1UP - B+
- Teamxbox - 7.9/10
- OXM - 7/10
- GamesRadar - 7/10
- EGM - 6.6/100
- StrategyInformer - 6.0/10
- Game Informer - 4/10
- GameSpot - 5.5/10
- GamePro - 3/5
- IGN - 3.5/10
- X-Play - 1/5
- Gamerankings - Xbox 360- 60.9%, PS3- 53.3%
- ↑ Brudvig, Erik (2007-12-14). Hail to the Chimp Hands-on. IGN. Retrieved on 2008-04-05.
- ↑ Rosenberg, Adam. Hail to the Chimp Exclusive Review. UGO. Retrieved on 2008-10-12.
- ↑ Knox, Cortney. Hail to the Chimp. Static Multimedia. Retrieved on 2008-10-12.
- Hail to the Chimp official site
- Hail to the Chimp's official GRR News: The Only All News Animal Network
- Wideload official site
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