Reviews and Problems with Scooby-Doo! First Frights
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Scooby Doo! First Frights Review
Cheat Code Central
9 October 2009
Conclusion: Scooby Doo! First Frights goes where many games have gone before, but it's a respectable title fans should enjoy. Levels are often huge and interesting to explore, and ultimately, the developers make fun use of the license. The four episodes and confusing extras make for a fairly light package, but most levels are worthy of at least an additional playthrough. The game retails for $40 on Wii and $20 on PS2, though we aren't aware of any features unique to the Wii version.
Scary mystery has bopping, bashing -- but, zoinks, it's fun.
Common Sense Media
9 October 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that the fun, often clever mystery factor at the heart of Scooby Doo! First Frights is buried deep within a whole lot of fighting. In order to get to the clue-searching and puzzle-solving portions, children will have to bop, smash, and bash their way through hordes of meanies (and destroy a lot of property in the process). However, the true cooperative nature of the gameplay really does raise it to a different level than many other brawlers.
Summary: Scooby-Doo! First Frights is an action-adventure game that complements the upcoming Warner Bros. movie and lets you take on the role of young Scooby-Doo and teenage versions of the newly formed Mystery, Inc. crew to solve their very first cases.
Conclusion: ein schönes Spiel zum Film geboten. Die Charaktere haben einen hohen Wiedererkennungswert und die Grafik sit passend bunt und knuffig. Wer die Serie mag kann hier durchaus einen Blick riskieren.