Activision Inc. has shipped BEE MOVIE GAME and SHREK: OGRES AND DRONKEYS to retail locations nationwide.
BEE MOVIE GAME is based on the upcoming DreamWorks Animation film from creator Jerry Seinfeld. BEE MOVIE GAME allows players to race, chase, fly and blast their way through the adrenaline-fueled world of the feature film and beyond. As the witty and courageous Barry B. Benson, gamers are propelled on an adventure to save the bees' right to produce honey and keep it for themselves.
In the Nintendo DS exclusive title SHREK: OGRES AND DRONKEYS, Shrek and Fiona's energetic triplets appear alongside Donkey and Dragon's playful offspring, the dronkeys, and give handheld gamers the chance to train, play and explore with their mischievous new friends on wild adventures throughout the world of SHREK.
BEE MOVIE GAME offers more than 15 levels, side-quests, multi-player mini-games and a wide variety of never-before-seen content co-created by DreamWorks Animation and Activision exclusively for the game. Built natively for the next-generation consoles, the game captures Barry's lightning-fast pace while he navigates the dangerous streets of New York City, races cars through the bustling New Hive City, dodges massive raindrops and engages in aerial dogfights using his "pollinator" gear.
BEE MOVIE GAME is available now for the Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii for $49.99, the PlayStation 2 for $39.99, the Nintendo DS for $29.99 and the PC version for $19.99. The console and PC game have been rated "E" ("Everyone" -- mild cartoon violence) and the handheld game has been rated "E" ("Everyone" -- comic mischief) by the ESRB.
SHREK: OGRES AND DRONKEYS is available for $29.99 and is rated "E" ("Everyone" -- comic mischief) by the ESRB.