Scooby-Doo! Unmasked Image
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  • Summary: In this action adventure platform game, players assume the role of Scooby-Doo as he and the teenage sleuths of Mystery Inc. visit Fred's cousin Jed, a monster movie set designer. They find Jed has disappeared and his animatronics are out of control, sending mechanical monsters haywire and making Jed the prime suspect. Players must stop the creepy costumed characters, unmask the truth and prove Jed's innocence. Scooby is able to don Kung Fu, bat and archer costumes so that he can karate chop, glide and aim plungers at monsters. The game consists of three sprawling worlds that each feature multiple levels and mini games with numerous cut scenes and climactic boss battles. Players recognize will the voice of the original Batman television series' Adam West as Winslow Stanton, the game's main villain, as well as authentic Scooby-Doo! cartoon voice actors. In addition, effects from the original cartoon, such as canned laughter and classic catch phrases, have been incorporated into the game. [THQ] Expand
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  1. Scooby Doo: Unmasked is a decent game but it's very short and short on replay value as well.
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    Scooby-Doo Unmasked is undone by its lack of polish, making it hard to recommend even though there's a lot to like.
  3. A moderately entertaining handheld platformer with pleasant audiovisual elements and interesting uses of the DS’s touch screen that, sadly enough, shoots itself in the foot with a far too simplified setup and only one woefully short-lived play mode.
  4. As loveable as Scooby is even he isn’t able to rise above a linear platform game that, while a nice attempt, just makes for an average Nintendo DS adventure.
  5. A fundamentally broken game, riddled with graphical glitches and bizarre bugs, that doesn't even have the good grace to be a fascinating failure. For all its yelps and screeches, it's deathly dull to play and so there's no incentive to suffer its idiosyncrasies.
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