Reviews and Problems with Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am
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Michael Pimentel "Kenshin-dono", Amazon
26 January 2011
Summary: people giving this 4 or 5 stars are out of their minds. I played it for a little over an hour then shelved it. I got it because it was dirt cheap and i love ATHF, but the gameplay for this is horrible. Its a mix of a poorly done golf game, and a very poorly controlling action beat em up. Its a little funny but enduring the game \play for the jokes is just not worth it.
Summary: The review by "Big Evil" is pretty much right on. This game just isn't very fun. The golf mechanics are simple but serviceable I suppose, but the controls are mushy. I had written that down to the fact that I played the game on a PS3 and I figured the backward-compatibility was the culprit, but other reviews I've read say the same thing. The combat is weak and repetitive, and not very difficult. It's more of a annoyance in getting to your next shot.
Summary: Arguably the most popular original show to hit Adult Swim, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force make their video game debut with Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am from Midway for the PS2. Gameplay wise, the game takes place on a golf course where you, well, play golf. In between shots though, you fight off familiar enemies and race against the alien frat boys.