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  • Summary: Scooter must hurry to save his planet! Power supplies are running out and to save them he must win the coveted ?Super Ribbinite?. Compete to become the Frolf Champion across 20 different courses on 5 different worlds. You must defeat all your opponents to win the Frolf Cup and the Super Ribbinite. Planet Hippitron is counting on you! [Bandai] Expand
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 10
  2. Negative: 1 out of 10
  1. This subtlety, off the wall humour and quaint fun makes Ribbit King multiplayer very compelling indeed.
  2. This is a very welcome diversion in what is becoming a hugely predictable current generation console range, and absolutely the sort of thing I can see everyone saying ‘can I have a go’ once they see it.
  3. After the novelty is gone, it's an adequate, if goofy, golf title with passable technical execution. [June 2004, p.123]
  4. A perfectly fun, surreal distraction - but only when playing with live frolfers. If you go at it alone, even the Frolf Referee's entertaining mannerisms won't make up for the frustration caused by the cheating A.I. [July 2004, p.96]
  5. After the novelty of watching purposely weird characters launch frogs through Mouse Trap-style obstacle courses wears off, which, admittedly, might take a little while, you're left with a simple, shallow game.
  6. The premise is priceless, but the game is so overly simplistic that it can't hold your attention for long. [July 2004, p.30]
  7. It's not the worst game we've played and it certainly looks pretty. But Ribbit King is tedious with a capital Tee. Anyone with a brain need not apply. [PSM2]

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  1. Positive: 1 out of 2
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  3. Negative: 1 out of 2
  1. Jul 15, 2013
    Ribbit King initially caught my eye as it looked like a unique spin on the golf genre. It soon became clear however that winning relied almost completely on luck making multi-player games a complete bore as two identical shots result in totally different results. If you want a fun golf game pick up Everybody's Golf instead. Expand

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