Reviews and Problems with Super Monkey Ball Adventure
Showing 1-10 of 18
Game made stepson very happy
Debra J. Gille "Health nut", Amazon
11 September 2009
Summary: My stepson loves the Monkey Ball adventure game. He has told me several times how much fun it is. My only negative comment would be that we waited about 10 days to get the game.....a long time for a kid.
Summary: My pre teen is a fan of monkeys and I thought this would be a neat add on to his Christmas day. He tried to play it and became very motion sick. One of my other sons tried and got woozy too. I would not recommend this game if you have kids that easily get car sick, kids who do not get car sick may do OK with the game.
Summary: Since Sega's Super Monkey Ball series debuted on the Gamecube way back when, the series has been noted for it's insanely fun yet simple gameplay elements that has always made each installment such a blast to play. Enter Super Monkey Ball Adventure, which finds a new developer attempting to take the series in a new direction, with close to abysmal results. This time around, our favorite ball trapped monkeys are populating an interactive world with platforming elements.
Summary: This game is fun, but the meuns are hard to understand and it isn't easy for my 6 year old younger sister to even stay on the board! She keeps falling off in every race or quest or minigame, and its kind of hard for me (i'm 10),too. The instruction booklet doesn't tell you what each game is or how to play each quest, so you have to try all 60 quests to see what each one is like. One good thing is that it is a 1-4 player game, which is rare for a ps2.
Summary: The first two SUPER MONKEY BALL games were a blast. Easy to pick up, easy to learn, easy to handle - and yet, at times, harder than a diamond to master. It provided challenges, worthwhile frustration, and endless amounts of fun both alone and with a group of friends. It seemed that SUPER MONKEY BALL could do no wrong... and then comes SUPER MONEY BALL ADVENTURE. This is my first MONKEY BALL on the PS2 and it's a major disappointment.