Super Duper Sumos Game Boy Advance
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  • Summary: In Super Duper Sumos, three 18-year-old Sumos travel to the modern world with ancient powers to defend the innocent and battle the evil Ms. Mister and her cohorts. You can choose to play as Booma, Defender of Peace; Kimo, Defender of Honor; and Mamoo, Defender of Truth. The Sumos are supersized heroes in a normal-sized world and use their special powers--"Gluteus Maximus," "Honorable Thunderball," and the "Sumo Squeeze"--to double in size and destructiveness in order to fight evil. Collapse
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  1. Anyone from ages four to ten will no doubt love Super Duper Sumos, but for the majority of the gaming mass, it’s just another cartoon series title on the GBA.
  2. The beat-'em-genre is great when done correctly. I wish it would get more exposure because it has been years since I've played a game of this kind.
  3. The side-scrolling fight formula isn't new by any means, but the sumos give it their own fun spin. [Dec 2003, p.151]
  4. Trust me, it's just as fun as it sounds. [Jan 2004, p.160]
  5. While Super Duper Sumos might be aimed at kids, that's no excuse for this kind of uninspired and dull gameplay. The length, frankly, was one of the better things about it, as the end came as quite a relief.