This is definitely a classic case of "nice saving, shame about the game." And it is a shame, because despite a saving of over a fiver, Megamind: The Blue Defender personifies everything that's bad about movie tie-ins. The premise is actually rather good since the developers tried to switch up the pacing with a number of gameplay styles (including some fun top-down sections), but the whole thing seems rushed and made to order. Which, of course, it was. Still, this is the cheapest deal around if you're in the market.