|Game Informer||8.5 out of 10|
|GameSpot||8.2 out of 10
DS: 2.8 out of 10
PC: 8.1 out of 10
|IGN||8 out of 10|
|Nintendo Power||9.0 out of 10
DS: 3.5 out of 10
The PC and console versions generally received very positive reviews. However, the Nintendo DS and PSP versions were widely panned by reviewers because of bugs and glitches, poor level design and enemy AI. The DS version was listed in the 'Flat-Out Worst Game' list of GameSpot's Best & Worst of 2005.
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