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  • Summary: In this action adventure platform game, players assume the role of Scooby-Doo as he and the teenage sleuths of Mystery Inc. visit Fred's cousin Jed, a monster movie set designer. They find Jed has disappeared and his animatronics are out of control, sending mechanical monsters haywire and making Jed the prime suspect. Players must stop the creepy costumed characters, unmask the truth and prove Jed's innocence. Scooby is able to don Kung Fu, bat and archer costumes so that he can karate chop, glide and aim plungers at monsters. The game consists of three sprawling worlds that each feature multiple levels and mini games with numerous cut scenes and climactic boss battles. Players recognize will the voice of the original Batman television series' Adam West as Winslow Stanton, the game's main villain, as well as authentic Scooby-Doo! cartoon voice actors. In addition, effects from the original cartoon, such as canned laughter and classic catch phrases, have been incorporated into the game. [THQ] Expand
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  2. Negative: 2 out of 18
  1. You'd be hard pressed to find better cartoon fodder. [Oct 2005, p.68]
  2. Scooby-Doo Unmasked doesn’t re-invent the 3D platform-gaming genre but is a fun-filled, if not short, game that will make please fans of the cartoon.
  3. Better than you'd expect, Scooby-Doo! Unmasked is an enjoyable slice of cartoon gaming that's boosted by fresh, creative flair. [Christmas 2005, p.118]
  4. Plays better than the last Scooby game, but it's still far from prime time. [Nov 2005, p.84]
  5. Nothing special - you won't find many original ideas or much variation between levels here, and it's all over a bit too quickly. But if you're looking to buy a game that will entertain a Scooby fan who just wants to play the cartoon, or a younger gamer who just wants some simple running, jumping and collecting to get on with, this will do the trick.
  6. No technical marvel, it’s incredibly easy, the graphics are only so-so, it ends far too soon, and there’s no reason to ever play it again once you’re finished. That said, if you’re a fan of the previous Scooby-Doo games, you’ll like this one too.
  7. The story lacks depth, the same way the cartoon did, and when you have such a run-of-the-mill platform game you really need an engaging story.

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