Buzz! Junior: RoboJam PlayStation 2

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  • Summary: Buzz! Junior: RoboJam features four cute robots competing in a number of ridiculous and funny challenges to become Robot of the Month. You'll need quick reactions in order to help them battle their way through a hilarious collection of great new games. These include dodging the rockets ofBuzz! Junior: RoboJam features four cute robots competing in a number of ridiculous and funny challenges to become Robot of the Month. You'll need quick reactions in order to help them battle their way through a hilarious collection of great new games. These include dodging the rockets of top military droids on the firing range, becoming crash test dummies for the day, and dancing the night away with an enormous singing alien octopus. The hapless robot pals compete against each other in an every-bot-for-himself competition. Gain the greatest number of nuts for your robot by the end of the challenge to win! When less than four players are available, or even when only one person is playing, Buzz! Junior: RoboJam, allows players to participate in the full 4-player mode and have the most possible fun. 1-4 player Buzzer bashing fun, select from four Robots which have different colours and characteristics. 25 great games giving even more Buzz! Junior humour (all with a whiff of diesel oil). [Sony] Collapse
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  1. AceGamez
    80
    Robo Jam is one of the most amusing and pleasant games on the PlayStation 2, and its reams of mini-games ensure that the fun is delivered by the bucketload. It's absolutely fantastic!
  2. Simply and entertaining, this game requires very little mental work but quick fingers and a decent sense of timing. It might be a little beyond the capabilities of younger players, but those from 8 or 9 and up should find this fun.
  3. 75
    A more enjoyable game than its predecessor and a fun game for kids.
  4. Buzz! Jr. RoboJam isn't a bad choice for kids. The simplistic graphics, uncomplicated games, and overall friendly nature make it easy to pick up and play for all ages. The only real problem with it, at least for the age group it is intended, is that it can't hold their attention for very long.
  5. Playstation: The Official Magazine (US)
    60
    The graphics are somewhat lacking. [June 2008, p.81]
  6. Kids who liked "Buzz! Junior: Jungle Party" will surely like this as well because it's almost the same game in a different wrapper. But older gamers will most likley want to let this one pass.
  7. Official Playstation 2 Magazine UK
    50
    Designed to satisfy only the very easy-to-please, and therefore bound to disappoint anyone expecting a game of real bite. [May 2007, p.80]

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