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As a general rule, it's proven a good idea to be sceptical of video game movie tie-ins. This is a good rule. Unfortunately Night at the Museum 2 does nothing to redeem this more-maligned-than-any-other genre at any point during its three hour or so playthrough. Further condemning the game is the fact i'm generally scptical of any Ben Stiller film and during the game i'm not wondering why that T-Rex is walking about or why i'm talking to a mummy but rather why they're talking to me. If I awoke after thousands of years and the first sentient being I saw was Ben Stiller i'd set myself on fire. After turning the sound down on the tv I discovered a very formulaic hunt and gather collectathon across a few very small levels. A game I would have completed sooner had it not been for the Amelia Earhart level in the air craft hangar and the infernal imprecise jumping. Very little to recommend in this game but I guess it wasn't aimed at me. Still, you shouldn't come anywhere near this until you've finishe Mario Galaxy.