Reviews and Problems with Scooby Doo: Mystery Mayhem
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Solve puzzles, seek clues, and flee monsters.
Common Sense Media
9 October 2004
Summary: Parents need to know that this game probably will only appeal to a small age group. There is no violence, but ghosts and monsters that chase Scooby and Shaggy may frighten young players. First-timers may be frustrated by the challenging puzzles that need to be solved to advance, while mature players will probably master the game in minutes and be ready to move on to something else.
Excerpt: The Mystery Inc. gang has found themselves in yet another ghoul-filled crime. This time Shaggy and Scooby-Doo will take control of the Tome of Doom to help vanquish ghastly ghosts and goblins. Scooby-Doo: Mystery Mayhem puts you in control of those two famous chickens through five seemingly unlinked episodes. Mystery Mayhem boasts some better-than-average graphics and models, not to mention great in-game animations (like when Scooby helps Shaggy get on top of a box).
Excerpt: It's not often that you get a game that looks and feels like the movie it's based on. So often it's just a standard platformer with movie graphics. Not here, though. A2M took the time to do Scooby right, and the game is full of Scooby-Doo style. Click here to find out if it's enough to make it worth playing.
Conclusion: Faktaboks Medie PlayStation 2 Udgivelsesdato 15. apr 2004 Format PAL Udvikler A2M Udgiver THQ Udlånt af K.E. Media Kommentarer Ingen Spilfeatures Antal spillere 1 Anslået spilletid 4 timer ELSPA rating 3+ Billeder Andre artikler af HS DVD: Blade II Special Edition ( 28 ) PlayStation 2: Madagascar ( 2 ) DVD: Agents Secrets PC: Vega$: Make It Big ( 3 ) Wii U: Nintendo Land Nyt ( 2 ) Nyeste Tweets Påskeudsalg på PSN starter i dag - 5t After a year, Pixar sets Renderman...