Games Master UKA child safe damp squib of a game that has none of the edge of the cartoon. [Aug 2007, p.73]
Mixed or average reviews- based on 13 Ratings
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Mixed: 4 out of 4
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Jan 13, 2017It is a slight improvement over its predecessor.The music is good, and voice acting is okay. It is just repetitive though. I would recommendIt is a slight improvement over its predecessor.The music is good, and voice acting is okay. It is just repetitive though. I would recommend this okay game to nicktoon fans.… Full Review »
Feb 9, 2016With another installment from the Nicktoons in video gaming, it isn't an improvement of its predecessor. It feels like a nerf. Nevertheless,With another installment from the Nicktoons in video gaming, it isn't an improvement of its predecessor. It feels like a nerf. Nevertheless, it's another enjoyable installment for your kid(s).… Full Review »
Jan 23, 2016While not being overwhelmingly good, this Nicktoons title has nothing wrong with it, and while being extremely mediocre most of the time itWhile not being overwhelmingly good, this Nicktoons title has nothing wrong with it, and while being extremely mediocre most of the time it certainly delivers what it intends to, and is great for children andor fans of the shows and the Nick crossovers (!).
And yes, this game is from 10 years ago, and it shows, but this is one of those games where it doesn't actually matter.
The game is a rather simple 3D platformer, not too many surprises, but it does its thing well enough.
It isn't that much of a challenge, and therefore is good for children who may not be in for a tedious 'Game Over' announcement every now and then (there's no such in this one!).
There's a respectable amount of collectibles which would provide some extra content (which is also respectably good, there are some nicely done bonus levels!), but it is all optional, and you can simply flow through the levels, ignoring a large part of your enemies even, and just get through it.
The level design is pretty linear even though it tries not to be, but, is nice enough to play through.
Story isn't too deep, but, what can you expect of Nickelodeon children's shows? It is serviceable and not bad at all actually, and delivers well the 'nicktoons spirit' and the characters' traits and humor into what little story we have here.
The graphics are OK, of course that 10 years later it'd look pretty poor compared to nowadays' products, but it is lush and colorful and fun to watch, there are several different locations, each are different and varying, and as the rest of the game. are completely passable and enjoyable.
Sound and music starts out a little annoying to my taste, but it gets better and you can get used to it.
Bottom line - It has some value even today if you're a nicktoons fan. Or, if you want something nice intended for children.… Full Review »