Metascore
78

Generally favorable reviews - based on 9 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 6 out of 9
  2. Negative: 0 out of 9
Buy On
  1. Whether you are looking at it for the challenging single-player mode, the innovative cooperative two-player mode, or the "get to know your guests" party game mode, C&C succeeds.
  2. 85
    Sure, it can be rather frustrating at times, but it's always such enjoyable frustration.
  3. A unique, humorous, inventive, challenging, and highly addictive action-puzzle game. High replay value, terrific multiplay.
  4. Offering vibrant environments, adorable characters, and genuinely clever puzzles governing every facet of level design, there's not much to dislike about The Adventures of Cookie & Cream.
  5. While on the outside it may seem like a standard multiplayer party game, the new twists brought on by some completely original gameplay elements make this game an absolute blast to play.
  6. 79
    There are obviously those of you out there who wouldn't be interested in this game. I don't like you and I certainly don't understand you, but I know who you are.
  7. Once you begin to see some of the same puzzles present itself, and the soundtrack begins to chafe, you will probably begin to lose interest, but that doesn't mean you should avoid this title. As a matter of fact, the game can get quite addictive.
  8. The control gimmick of "Cookie & Cream" not only works like a charm, but also serves as the basis of one hell of a brain-teasing, pulse-pounding and reasonably-complex series of "Crash Bandicoot"-like forward-scrolling levels.
  9. I love the creativity and the attempt to create something unique, but there are more than a few flaws that get in the way. The fun comes from the communication elements, and for that alone, Cookie and Cream is a worthwhile rental for couples.

Awards & Rankings

#87 Most Discussed PS2 Game of 2001
User Score
7.3

Mixed or average reviews- based on 10 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 2 out of 6
  1. MikeM.
    Jan 16, 2009
    8
    If you can manage to find this old game, and you have another person to play it with, preferably someone you love, you'll realize thatIf you can manage to find this old game, and you have another person to play it with, preferably someone you love, you'll realize that this isn't a co-op game, but rather a co-dependent game. You'll also probably both end up laughing so hard your face hurts during certain parts, like rowing an inflatable raft in the proper direction. There may be a lot of yelling involved as well. Who'd a thunk it? A "kiddie" game that appeals to grownups rather than kids! Full Review »
  2. AurekY.
    Aug 21, 2007
    9
    To enjoy this game you must understand that it's a party game. It requires friends. The guy who compared this it to Ratchet, Jak or such To enjoy this game you must understand that it's a party game. It requires friends. The guy who compared this it to Ratchet, Jak or such is a moron. Apple and oranges. Full Review »
  3. EdandAprilB.
    Aug 10, 2005
    0
    I would have given this a -100 score if possible.Please people how did this garbage get decent ratings??? Are you all brain damaged??? This I would have given this a -100 score if possible.Please people how did this garbage get decent ratings??? Are you all brain damaged??? This is the worst game ever!!! You play two tiny little crappy blobs on the screen that race each other. You must play two player ( so the game is limited to multiple retards who would waste their time playing this pitiful excuse of a game) The controls suck, you jump over crap, climb crap, dodge crap...BORRRRIIIING...God have you people not played Sly cooper or Ratchet and CLank , JAK anything this should have an overall score of less then zero. Full Review »