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SpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off
Video Game Generation
24 April 2010
Summary: SpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off
is an interesting hybrid of SpongeBob humor and
’s addictive gameplay. While it’s clearly aimed at children, hardcore gamers such as myself can find something here to enjoy as well. Whenever we happen upon a children’s game that’s even remotely fun, we should always cherish it and I believe this would be a great DS candidate for gamers of any age despite its graphical shortcomings and obvious...
Pros: Entertaining depth management in the vein of, Diner Dash, and, Cooking Mama, Original voice cast., You can play in small chunks or large amounts of time and still have tons of fun on the go.
Cons: Mediocre graphics., You’ll likely finish the game in short span of time., Borrows mini games from previous similar games.
NDS Review - 'SpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off'
4 April 2009
Summary: Based on Nickelodeon's upcoming, special April episode of the same name, SpongeBob vs. The Big One, the game will have players slicing and dicing their way in the Krusty Krab kitchen to become the ultimate fry cook in Bikini Bottom.
SpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off review
30 March 2009
Excerpt: SpongeBob SquarePants, Bikini Bottom's finest fry cook, finally gets to show off his skills in detail. There's a huge beach bash coming up, thrown by the illustrious surfer dude Jack Kahuna Laguna, and someone needs to feed the masses. Vying for this privilege are the Krusty Krab, our hero's place of employment, and the rival Chum Bucket, owned by the devious Mr. Plankton. And so, SpongeBob vs. The Big One: Beach Party Cook-Off seeks to settle the score.
Summary: Parents need to know that the game is a collection of cooking-themed mini-games based on the SpongeBob Squarepants cartoon series. The game stays true to the series, and there's no objectionable content to speak of – besides the fact that the Planktons are being paid far less than minimum wage. The game supports a multiplayer mode for up to four players to go head-to-head locally – each person must have a Nintendo DS and a copy of the game.