Reviews and Problems with Danny Phantom Urban Jungle
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Victoria Hess, Amazon
28 April 2014
Summary: It was a great quality with no problems! However, it does not say in the review that two games are needed for the multiplayer. For hard-core fans, there are some inconsistencies with the story line, things the characters would not say, and events that occurred in the game out of order than on the show. however, because this is not Amazon's fault, i would recommend all the way!
Summary: Overall it was a good game but I don't really like playing shooter games which this basically was. I did like that there was nonstop action throughout the whole game and bosses weren't super easy to beat although they were fairly easy. The gameplay itself is simple and anyone could easily pick up and play this game even ones who aren't good at this type of game because I'm not and I won the game.
Summary: My son loved getting this game for Christmas, and couldn't wait to play it. He had a lot of fun with it. The reason for the 3 stars, however, is that he had the game for less than 2 weeks and fully beat it. And this is a child who is lucky to play video games once a week and admittedly not very good at them. If he was someone to play games a lot it would have been very disappointing to him.
Excerpt: "...house and they have released Danny Phantom: Urban Jungle for the DS and being a Nicktoons cartoon I was thinking of a more child oriented release. But to my surprise this game was close to the storyline of the feature length special of the same name and boosts uses of boths screens especially the touch screen. But the immediate problem I found that is frequent thoughout this game is every aspect is more or less comparable to a budget gba title. From ...
Pros: Danny Phantom appears in the game, storyline is very related to the show .
Cons: Poor graphics, Sound is not practical and worst of all cutscene presentations are dull .