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  • Summary: A powerful new eco-ghost has turned Amity Park into a real urban jungle. Danny Phantom must battle his way through the twisted thorns and monstrous vegetation and learn an all new-freeze power to defeat this evil nemesis. Soar through ghostly 3-D worlds attacking all new enemies in frenziedA powerful new eco-ghost has turned Amity Park into a real urban jungle. Danny Phantom must battle his way through the twisted thorns and monstrous vegetation and learn an all new-freeze power to defeat this evil nemesis. Soar through ghostly 3-D worlds attacking all new enemies in frenzied shooter action. Travel to the Ghost Zone to learn Danny's new Freeze Power. Defeat new enemy Undergrowth as he tries to turn Amity Park into a nightmare of plants and vines. Pilot the Fenton Flier and Danny with new inventions from the Fenton lab. Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 4
  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Big boss battles, endless attacks, frequent bonus opportunities, tons of power-ups – Urban Jungle is all thrills and excitement. Its short length caters to high replay value, but don't think you're crazy for wishing it were longer.
  2. Urban Jungle fails in providing enough replay value to justify a definite purchase, its finely tuned fast-paced shooter gameplay at least makes it a worthy tie-in for fans of the show to take a gander at in anticipation of the debut airing of the like-titled special episode.
  3. No matter how exciting the ghostly adventures of Danny and his friends are, they can't justify a game this short and repetitive.
  4. Most of its best parts are taken from old games, but kids who just want to play a Danny Phantom game aren't going to care about that. Good for fans of the show.