40°
Submitted by JMoneyPN 658d 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
30°

Why everyone should be happy for Final Fantasy VII Remake and Shenmue III

1h ago - Metro: "I cannot get my head around the negativity displayed by some gamers regarding the most re... | PC
40°

Close Up: Metal Gear Solid Premium Package

1h ago - A detailed look at the Japanese Metal Gear Solid Premium Package for Metal Gear Solid on the orig... | Culture
Ad

Filmwatch Contest Details

Now - Come celebrate the upcoming Jurassic World with us on Filmwatch and win cool prizes. | Promoted post
20°

The Soul Reaver Sword From Legacy of Kain Gets Forged in Real Life

1h ago - EB: The AWE me YouTube channel has posted the latest episode of Man at Arms: Reforged, and this t... | Culture
30°

FFXIV: Heavensward Review Log Part 1 – The First 5 Hours

1h ago - First impressions are everything in this world. In part one of this Final Fantasy XIV: Heavenswar... | PC
30°

R-Type Deluxe In Development for Atari ST, Trumps Original

1h ago - Carl Williams writes, "The Atari ST, and Commodore Amiga, was quite the arcade to home gaming com... | Retro