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  • Summary: Blending exploration, combat, and puzzle-solving, SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton's Robotic Revenge features references and humor from the hit Nickelodeon TV animated series. Gamers of all ages and skill levels can get together with co-op party mode, creating an experience that's fun for one, but better with others. Fans can choose between their favorite characters like SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Sandy, or Mr. Krabs as they scour the town hunting for hidden collectibles. Expand
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  1. Dec 5, 2013
    If you love Spongebob we can only recommend this one once it'll find its place in the bargain bin.
  2. 20
    Occasionally difficult, never fun. [Christmas 2013, p.107]
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  1. Nov 12, 2013
    This is the best game I've ever played. Its storyline is so deep and meaningful that it had me in tears in several occasions. I'd recommend that you play this game no matter what it takes. ///WARNING/// This game isn't for the weak. If you're emotionally fragile DO NOT play this game because you'll cry a lot and you'll run out of tears. This is definitely the most fun video game I've ever played in my life. P.S. If you have epilepsy; play the game anyways it's worth any seizure that you might have. Have fun! Expand
  2. Nov 30, 2013
    Spongebob Squarepants: Plankton's Robotic Revenge (360) resembles the previous THQ franchise games, minus all of the fun and all but a shred of the charm. Good only for achievement harvesting, this game is one of the most miserable, loathsome gaming experiences I've ever known in a lifetime of gaming. Not to say that the game is totally devoid of challenge, amid the endless stale repetition & button mashing. The game challenges the player to suppress an equally endless onslaught of urges to vomit and commit acts of self-harm. The game in short: follow the tunnel, smash barrels, smash robots, go through gate, repeat. It should come with a voucher for a free therapy session, but as it does not, it's best to avoid this game entirely. If you can play on auto-pilot and choke down the tedium, it's worth a few achievements, otherwise it's almost impossible to justify how this horror of a game was ever made, let alone trying to justify the hours of your life you would have to painfully waste in order to play it. Expand