Reviews and Problems with Scooby-Doo! First Frights
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5 year old player perspective
Kevin P. Gibbs, Amazon
30 May 2014
Summary: My 5 year old son got this game for his birthday. He's not reading so I'm glad the text captions are also repeated in the voiceover to help him understand what he's supposed to do. In this day and age, I'm shocked when more games aren't like this. If anything, they should be ADA compliant. So this is a plus.
Summary: This is a real fun game for Scooby-Doo fans. There are plenty of bad guys to battle, plenty of levels to explore, mysteries to solve, and so forth. This is not a 3D game, or as elaborate as some of the more popular games (i.e., Sky Landers Giant), but my family has really enjoyed this game. Recommended for ages 7 and up.
Summary: "Okay" sums it up. It was cool because it was a Scooby Doo DS game, but the 4 year old didn't ever get into it. The 8 year old big brother also gave it a whirl, spent about an hour with it (showing the younger guy how to do stuff), and neither one has really played with it since Christmas.