GameZone writes: "I know, I sound like a broken record as I always seem to say the same thing: A popular children's license is cashed in on by both the owner and the game developer. Sometimes this works out fabulously and sometimes it doesn't work out that well at all. Many of these cartoon licenses actually have lots of gaming potential provided that the developer understands the property and can translate it well into a viable gaming genre. Pokemon is a good example of this. While it was a game originally, the cartoon spawned some stand-out characters that were then retranslated into their own games."