Reviews and Problems with Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL
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22 January 2014
Summary: It's most definitely a game that kids who love Cartoon Network would want to play. It features a lot of older Cartoon Network characters but the crazy and lovable story makes up for the lack of newer cartoon characters.
Summary: I am an adult and I love cartoons and video games. I have 7 nieces and nephews in various ages and thought this would be a fun game we could all play. Not really. This game is soooo disappointing. The game play is redundant, the design is pretty boring. The story is just blah. I would recommend buying this used for $10 at GameStop or waiting for it to go on sale here. This might appeal more to a VERY young audience.
Summary: I have dreamed of a game were cartoonnetwork charectar come to a game like this. Now I can do chowder vs flapjack and teen ben ten vs kid ben ten. after getting doe with the game it feel like you watched an amazing episode on cartoonnetwork. it is like super smash brothers ecsiped better.
Summary: When I first heard of this game I got really excited. I mean a fighting game that features a bunch of cartoon network characters both old and new, this had got to be too good to be true. but alas, it was a heck of a game. I got the ps3 version for Christmas and me and my buddy immediately put it in and beat the story mode that night. me and my friends had a lot of fun playing vs mode for a while, however the one con is this game has surprisingly low replay value.
Summary: I caught this game on a Christmas Deal, so I payed fairly under regular price for it.' If you're familiar with video games, this one plays just like Super Smash Bros., from it's story mode to the Battle Mode which is really the meat of the game. It clones the gameplay pretty well, though there are a lot of balancing issues between the various characters, so don't expect play sessions to get as competitive as they do with most other fighting games out there.