Summary: The game includes a lot of great shows like Johnny Bravo, Kids Next Door, Samurai Jack, and a lot more classic Cartoon Network cartoons. The game play is like a downgraded version of Super Smash Brothers and the characters start to get boring somewhat quick although the story line is great!
Summary: Before I think I over exaggerated the positive aspects in this game, good bosses, and good graphics. Now it is time to take into account the bad things: -Terrible Music, -Short length to beat the whole game, -Atrocious and outdated character selection, -Almost retarded AI, -No Online, -No Street pass, -Imperfect Precision in Controls, -Similarity in Move sets, -Bad Cut scenes in Story Before I think I over exaggerated the positive aspects in this game, good bosses, and...
Summary: my review is lengthy, but covers the whole game plot. the game is similar to SSBB, but the controls are slippery at first. i've beaten the whole game on my wii just to get through those long and hard stages, and possibly the hard bosses. as for the voice actings, i give it an e- for the terrible voice actings such as dexter's new voice, grim's and johnny bravo's. ok, here are the my review is lengthy, but covers the whole game plot.
Summary: When I have first heard about Cartoon Network Punch Time Explosion, I was curious. A game with the likes of Super Smash Bros AND features characters from Cartoon Network's glory days? Count me in! It seemed like a perfectly good way to escape from the newer CN shows like Ninjago (uh....) and Regular Show (Who thought this show was a good idea?). And then I finally got my hands on the game... First off, the voice work for the characters was TERRIBLE.
Summary: Excellent video game for getting started in the 3DS, I also bought it in Wii platform do to all the fun I had with these one!! Maybe it was short on some cartoon network characters, but I hope for the second release they add Cow and Chicken, Ed, Edd, and Eddy and so much more!!