Reviews and Problems with Scooby-Doo! First Frights
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Kerry A, Amazon
27 May 2013
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.
Summary: I rated this three stars because the seller was friendly and the shipping was prompt. It was a good price considering most DS games these days. The downside is that the actual game was confusing in some places. It is also redundant and gets boring after a while. Every level is kind of the same thing. It is fun to play once in a while, but doesn't keep your attention for THAT long.
Summary: Bought this for my daughter (6). She took a week to finish the game. It's good as it combines puzzles with action. However the characters are not well thought out as they don't resemble the real ones. Also, the levels are too easy to complete. Overall good game but it could have been better.
Summary: I have long enjoyed Scooby Doo games. However, this game is a little disappointing. Basically, they've tried to squash the Wii game onto the DS. Ugh. So, if you also own a Wii, no hesitations, get it for the Wii (especially if you have a family, as the 2 player is wonderful!). If you're looking for a Scooby Doo game on the DS, go for Scooby Doo Unmasked. Older, but much more suited to DS.