Conclusion: This is by no means a deep and involved game. For $20, payers are going to get exactly what they pay for. The combat is solid, and the exaggerated spy look/feel to the game gives it an extra something that sets it apart from other combat games.
Summary: Whenever I think of Mad Magazine, I think of 3 things: folding the back cover to reveal the hidden picture, the movie spoofs, and of course Spy vs. Spy. With the great number of franchises based on well known cartoon characters that have failed in their translation to the console, I feared for Spy...
Excerpt: Yes, this is the Spy vs. Spy from MAD magazine; The classic black spy versus white spy in a never ending struggle to punch each other in the face with a spring loaded boxing gloves, or set the ever popular anvil on the door and watch as hilarity ensues when it falls on the other guy's noggin.
Conclusion: Spy vs. Spy is a great little game which mirrors Mad Magazine characters perfectly. It's not groundbreaking, but it's fun, and that's the main key to remember. For the low price of Spy vs. Spy is retailing for it's definitely worth the few bucks.