Summary: Cartoon Network Punch-time Explosion (Referred to as CN PTE from here on) was an alright experience for me personally. If you enjoyed watching shows on an from CN like Dexter's Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, and even Kids Next Door. Then this is a good recommendation for you.
Summary: I'd like to have gotten the Smash Brothers game, but it was rated Teen. The kids like brawling with theses characters just fine. Really dates me to hear them calling most of the characters "old-school."
Summary: It was a good game. I personally thought that it is fairly good. Though to be honest it wasn't the greatest beat 'em up game I've played. My reason is based on the voice actors mostly though. And I found the controls to be slightly sluggish. But over all a pretty good game.
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.
Summary: haha well i had a blast with this game its one of the best smash brothers clone i've come across thus far, tho it does have 1 downside it could be me, i was not able locate a co-op mode for the battle mode section?
Summary: This game is pretty much a straight clone of super smash bros. for those that arent familiar with smash bros. it is essentially a 2 d fighting game with the roster consisting of nintendo characters and arenas inspired by nintendo games.
Summary: One day, I was thinking to myself... What would it be like to put other characters in a super smash brothers style fighter. Here, I got my answer. Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL is a very good take on the subject.