Reviews and Problems with Scooby-Doo! First Frights
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Worth owning for any Scooby Doo fan..
3 weeks ago
Summary: This game is very fun to play. I have kids ( ages 5 & 6 ), and being Scooby fans; they absolutely love it. They both get excited and focused every time they play it. It's one of the few games we own that they haven't seemed to get tired of. It's not an very extensive game, as for there are only I believe 4 episodes contained in it. But they are very fun to play, and it's not super easy; it's about right for kids their age.
Summary: I love this game. It's not complicated, yet it's still fun. It has good graphics. It's easy to figure out, so my younger kids don't get frustrated. The characters look like the show and it's designed to feel like you're inside the show itself (it tells a story). My boys (ages 5, 7, and 12) all enjoy it, and it's one of the few Wii games I enjoy playing with them.
Summary: loved it so much - we were disappointed when it was over. . . my kids are 8 and not very experienced with video games. . . and this was simple enough and challenging too . . . they had a great time. . . finished the game in 2 days though!
Summary: Our kids love it. We (parents) like it. The jumping parts of the game can be very annoying. Often we have to do the jumping for the little kids. The story lines and mysteries make it more of a story. Kids can watch the game even when others are playing it. Thank god for youtube to see videos of how others complete levels. Without those videos we would have trashed the game by now.
Summary: I just asked my 8 year old son if he likes this game and he asked if there were five and a half stars. He loves being able to change into Ninja Scooby and throwing discs. Earlier he found a secret disco so they could dance. You can also change characters on explore mode and on story mode, you play as the chosen Mystery Inc characters. This game can go up to two players on the Wii. At the end of every episode, you have to defeat the boss (the main monster).