Mystery Mayhem offers ex-stoners and kids of all ages a multi-episode mystery for the ages by pretty much reinventing the old Genesis "Ghosbusters" in 3D, only with all the extra refinements 3D affords. [Mar 2004, p.59]
This game is great for all the scooby doo fanatics out there! If you've watched all the show and don't have your fill of Shaggy and Scooby, there's no better place but this game to hear more of their jokes.
It's also a real treat for all stealth game fans, because this game is up there with the best of them.
Scooby-Doo: Mystery Mayhem just isn’t much fun. Blame it on its repetitive nature, the bad level design, the lame gameplay mechanics, the poor controls, or the collection mentality that composes a large part of the game – blame it on something because there’s no denying that Scooby-Doo: Mystery Mayhem is a huge bore-fest.
I loved this game. Its actually pretty funny and decent, the one item that i did not like in this game is that in the wild west and in the swampy bayou, the Mine cart and the motorcycle levels, they are a pain but really damn fun!
Simple mechanics for the player to get a hand of the game, a cheesy and predictable yet entertaining mystery plot and the Scooby Doo characters.
All of the essence of the classic Scooby Doo cartoon is perfectly added on here. Which makes it a perfect game based on a cartoon, but since it's based on a bland cartoon, the game's bland as well.
SummaryScooby and the Gang are back in an all-new adventure! Join your favorite slackers as they try to solve a mystery of supernatural proportions. The gang starts out on a routine case in the search of ghosts. During their search, a scheming business tycoon, who will stop at nothing to grow his empire, uses The Tome of Doom to unlock some of ...