Excerpt: Horrible, terrible and simple are just a few words to describe Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am. This game doesn’t do anything right - the golf, racing and fighting are all bad. All I can say is that you’ve been warned.
PS2 Review - 'Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am'
10 June 2008
Summary: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am is an action-adventure combat golf, cart racing game that gives fans an opportunity to experience the Aqua Teen universe in a whole new way. When Frylock is admitted to the prestigious Jersey Pines Golf Club, Master Shake decides to show the uppity members that he is also just as good (and uppity) and deserves a place in their exclusive club.
Conclusion: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am is not a good game. If you are not a fan of the show, spend your money elsewhere. If you love ATHF and own a PS2, buy this game because you will not regret it. One of the extras makes it almost worth it. Not to mention the loading screens are pretty neat. The fanboy in me is yelling at me to give this one a good rating, but as a game, it really only deserves a 3.5 out of 10 .
Conclusion: I'll make this easy for you: The controls are crummy, the graphics are terrible, the humor mostly falls flat, there aren't very many levels, the mini-games get in the way of the outdated golf mechanics and it's absolutely no fun to play. Outside of that Aqua Team Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am is a blast to play!
Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am review (PS2)
15 November 2007
Excerpt: To win the game, you must progress through twelve levels. Each is sandwiched between brief but amusing cutscenes featuring voices provided by the people responsible for the TV series. The cinema sequences set things up nicely as the trio of heroes advances from one stage to the next, but don't really hide the fact that the fun diminishes significantly once you actually start playing.
Excerpt: Regurgitated fast food for your PS2. Sometimes a game comes along that justifies our role as game critics. It’s our job to herald greatness, but it is also our duty to stand guard against the forces of fiendishly bad games. We protect gamers’ souls and hearts every bit as much as we protect their wallets. As the epigraph written above the gate to hell says: “Abandon all hope ye who enter here.” My sentiments exactly.
Pros: Four hours to completion is four hours too long., Beastly controls., Repetitive, tinny sound., Fuzzy, chuggy graphics., Not a good joke in sight, …unless you’re it.
Excerpt: Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am is a bad game, and it knows it. Much the way that the Adult Swim TV series and recent film starring the kinda sorta not really crime fighting foodstuffs has leaned heavily on apathy toward comedy in place of actual comedy, Zombie Ninja Pro-Am digs so deeply into a hole of apathy toward its chosen form of entertainment that it could practically build an apathy bunker and survive an effort apocalypse.
Pros: Some amusing gags here and there, Great voice acting from the show's cast, A bunch of episodes and clips available on the game disc
Cons: The golfing is bad, The racing is worse, The combat is abysmal, Crummy-looking graphics, Extremely (and also mercifully) short