40°
Submitted by JMoneyPN 472d ago | review

Review - Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff (Pure Nintendo)

Pure Nintendo: "Phineas and Ferb is a show that teaches children the importance of creativity and seizing every opportunity to follow your dreams. While the game excels at mimicking the shows style and humor, the gameplay does not reflect the values the show tries to teach at all. Although not necessarily a bad game, the lack of creativity and variety in the levels and enemies leaves you feeling slightly disappointed. This may be a game for children, but it feels as though the developers underestimated the gaming ability of most kids. If you enjoy the TV show, then most likely you can still find enjoyment with this game, but the spotty jumping physics, short game length, and monotonous gameplay ultimately outweigh the game’s faithful representation of the show." (Phineas and Ferb: Quest for Cool Stuff, Wii U) 4/10

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
10°

Super Mario World: Super Mario Advance 2 Now Available on Wii U Virtual Console

11m ago - Hardcore Gamer: While the original Super Nintendo release has been available on the Wii U’s Virtu... | Wii U
10°

Sunset Overdrive and the Mystery of the Mooil Rig Review | Crave

14m ago - Crave “Mooil Rig falls short when it comes to narrative delivery, but provides a fantastic new pl... | Xbox One
40°

After Six Years, Trailer For Cancelled ‘Cry On’ Released

15m ago - It has been six years since it was announced the Xbox 360 exclusive Cry On, the Mistwalker and Ca... | Xbox 360
40°

Dying Light Preview (GameWatcher)

39m ago - From GameWatcher.com: "Once upon a time there was a game called Dead Island. It was made by Techl... | PC
Ad

Win a PS4!!

Now - Join us on Filmwatch to find out how you can win a free PS4 this holiday season! | Promoted post
40°

Outlast Review | For the Criminally Insane - The Game Fanatics

39m ago - Outlast challenges you to stay alive, record as much as you can and expose the truth at the heart... | PC