Summary: When I heard cartoon network was making their own version of super smash bros with their own characters, I said to myself, "I need it!!!!" I love cartoon network so much. They are a huge part of my childhood. So I got it when it was released on the Wii. So here's whats good and bad about it.
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: Bought this for my children. They seemed to like it at first but after about a week started to lose interest in it. Game seems to be a bit glitchy at times (characters getting stuck mid air, etc.)
Summary: I was torn between giving this game a 3 or 4 star review, since my 4 year old beat it in TWO DAYS. Did I mention he was FOUR YEARS OLD? He had fun, no doubt, and so did I when I joined in after he beat it, but the game was very glitchy. This is what made my decision a three star.
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.
Summary: I am reviewing the Wii version. We've gone through 2 discs and both were exceptionally glitchy. The first one was returned when we could not even get past the initial screens and this second one we've made it to 50% in story mode before a game killing glitch that cannot be recovered from except by...
Summary: Quite a fun game to pickup and play. I bought this for my nephew who is into fighting games and likes this. The only gripe is you have to proceed through a campaign mode to unlock all of the cartoon characters to play as them.