• Publisher: Midway
  • Release Date: Nov 3, 2005
  • Also On: PC
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  • Summary: Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures is based on the slap-stick adventures of Cartoon Network's favorite three musketeers of adolescence; Ed, Edd ("Double D") and Eddy. Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures boasts as a unique tag team adventure game in which players are able to switch Eds on theEd, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures is based on the slap-stick adventures of Cartoon Network's favorite three musketeers of adolescence; Ed, Edd ("Double D") and Eddy. Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures boasts as a unique tag team adventure game in which players are able to switch Eds on the fly to take advantage of their special abilities. Ed can lift, throw and smash objects. Edd can either enable or disable mechanical devices and in a pinch he can pull out his trusty slingshot. Eddy can make the neighborhood kids run away in fear of being the target of his El Mongo Stink Bomb! Players will also be able to execute special all-Ed formations that extend their own unique gameplay capabilities, including the Batter-Ed, Trampol-Edd and the Tower-of-Eddy. Get ready to encounter all of the characters from the show, even the Kanker sisters, as the Eds' focus on scheming up plans to make money to buy their beloved jawbreakers. [Midway] Expand
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  1. Positive: 0 out of 5
  2. Negative: 2 out of 5
  1. The sound design in The Mis-Edventures throughout the entire game is spot on and, of course, shares the style of the show.
  2. A fun bit of gaming for the pre-teen crowd that combines 3D platforming action, solid visuals and great music fans of the show will really appreciate.
  3. 50
    The game is extremely short, the gameplay doesn't offer an impressive amount of depth, the puzzles can be overly confusing at times, and the character voices can get annoyingly repetitive.
  4. Although the game does look and sound like the TV show, the gameplay is reminiscent of a budget game. I had to look closely to make sure the box it came in didn't have a hole drilled through it.
  5. Official Playstation 2 Magazine UK
    30
    Trying to shut and eight-year old up for ten minutes? Tell him Santa doesn't exist instead. He'll still hate you, but there'll be less long-term psychological damage. [Jan 2006, p.110]
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. ConnorO.
    Feb 15, 2006
    10
    horray finnaly they made a game for the ed's it is good because i can hit my not favorite person in the game.
  2. Jun 7, 2020
    7
    This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. This game is one of my favorite licensed games apart from Spongebob Battle For Bikini Bottom. sure this game isn't a big Collectathon platformer, but I love the show and with Ed Edd n' Eddy being one of my favorite cartoons of all time (I wish that it would come back to cartoon network) I just had to review this! I've owned this game on this platform for years now, and even if I didn't take the most care of the disc, it still runs perfectly. every level is good. but there was one very minor issue once where every time a very specific voice clip of Ed saying something would play, it would kinda replay the last few seconds of that voice clip whenever I'd go near NPCs like Jimmy. but that is just a minor issue with my disc. Game is still fun, the show still uses the original voice cast... and honestly if any game needs a remake in my opinion, this game does. or at least an HD port.
    I do have a few gripes though. first off, the game is quite short if you know what you're doing... second, I'd have to say that the best levels are the two bonus levels that require you to collect all costume parts... I just wish there were more of them, but hey, they'd need more levels in order to have costume parts for every single bonus level... and I know there's only so much you can put on a PS2, Xbox, or Gamecube disc. sure this review is on the PS2 version, which I own, but I only brought up the other consoles since this game IS cross platform.

    most of all... I hate a few levels. Especially level 3, 4, and 6. sure level 3 is interesting, especially with half of the mission be a stealth segment, but I really hate the stupid basketball throwing bit for Kevin... that is the worst part in my opinion. then came the race at the end of level 4... I honestly hate racing in most games unless the game is a racing game.

    but the worst thing to me is the character models. sometimes they look fine... other times... no. literally the best character model is Plank, and that's only because he looks like a good 3D representation of the cartoon version of him... he's just a board of wood with a crayon face!

    Anyways... this game still charmed me with it's writing, the voice acting, bonus levels, and even the collectible Jawbreakers that unlock cheats once you get all of them. if I were to let my love of the show get to change my rating for this game. so that's why I'm giving it a 7 instead of a 10.
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  3. Feb 25, 2018
    5
    I can say without question that "Ed, Edd n Eddy" is one of my absolute favorite cartoons of all time. It's hilarious, it's amazingly-writtenI can say without question that "Ed, Edd n Eddy" is one of my absolute favorite cartoons of all time. It's hilarious, it's amazingly-written and it has some pretty brilliant and memorable characters. It was one of my favorites as a kid and it's still one of my favorites to this day. So, of course, when I hear that one of my favorite cartoons is not only getting a video game, but that said game will be a 3D platformer (one of my favorite genres of games), I was ecstatic and I had to have it. And for all my excitement, how did I enjoy the game? Well...meh. That's all I can say.
    Off the bat, "Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures" captures the feel of the show brilliantly. The characters act like they do in the show, and the game actually has some pretty clever, funny moments. The music is pretty catchy and the gameplay is not half-bad. Each character is pretty fun to play and has their own unique moments to shine. On top of that, while it does feel like you're playing through a few episodes of the show, this works in its favor, adding to how well the game captures the source material. They even managed to almost perfectly emulate how the Eds run, which shows that they clearly watched the show and didn't just look things up on Wikipedia.
    Unfortunately, the game has quite a few flaws. The graphics are nothing special (what the hell is up with Eddy's upper-lip and Kevin's chin?), the controls are a bit wonky, the game is a bit buggy and glitchy, the adventure as a whole is pretty short, and the structure of the objectives are a bit suspect. Oh, and the voice acting gets pretty annoying at points, and as much as I love Ed (he's one of my favorite cartoon characters), hearing him constantly laugh when I'm playing as him does get a bit annoying.
    All in all, if you're a huge "Ed, Edd n Eddy" fan, you might find something to enjoy here, but I would definitely suggest that you don't pay full price for it. It's occasionally fun, but nothing too special.
    Final rating: 5 out of 10 "Hmm..."
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