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  • Summary: Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt is a third-person action adventure, which brings the colourful and hysterical world of the Animaniacs wonderfully to life. Players must guide the Warner brothers and sister Wakko, Yakko and Dot through six levels in a quest to locate the hidden EdgarAnimaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt is a third-person action adventure, which brings the colourful and hysterical world of the Animaniacs wonderfully to life. Players must guide the Warner brothers and sister Wakko, Yakko and Dot through six levels in a quest to locate the hidden Edgar trophies. Each Animaniac has his or her own special abilities, and each must be used in order to fully explore the luscious landscapes. Puzzle elements are featured in the game along with ever-changing enemies and obstacles. Five incredible 'Pinky & The Brain mini-games vary the pace of the adventure, as they explore the huge Animaniacs world, which is populated with dozens of characters from the cartoon. Collapse
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 14
  2. Negative: 1 out of 14
  1. After a throw-away attempt on the DS, Warthog has constructed a passable platformer with the Animaniacs franchise. You won't find anything fresh or spectacular, but the gameplay is competent and the show has (finally) been recreated with some decent accuracy.
  2. An acceptable game that is worthy of its low price. I highly recommend this to younger gamers and anyone who was a fan of the show.
  3. The Great Edgar Hunt is a good, if not very original, platformer in its own right, offering up some funny writing and interesting environments to explore.
  4. Animaniacs: The Great Edgar Hunt is a decent game if you are between the ages of five and ten and enjoy the cartoon series.
  5. Like the billions of other platformers fighting for shelf space, it's just kind of... there. The lack of frustration means it's good for kids but for everyone else, why settle for Kimberly when you can have Cheryl?
  6. 60
    The game gets by purely on the appeal of its characters, and ends up being a reasonably entertaining game for kids.
  7. 43
    When the game manages to find its groove, it's absolutely hilarious and incredibly fun. But between those moments of inspired lunacy and brilliance are vast half-hours of monotony.

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