About writes: "'Who lives in a pineapple under the sea?' The real question you need to ask yourself is, are you prepared to be the sponge who lives in a pineapple under the sea?
If your reaction to that question is, "I'm ready! I'm ready!" then pull on your square trousers and play Spongebob's Truth or Square for the Nintendo DS. Otherwise, you're better off pulling your best sullen Squidward face and stalking off to your dead-end shift at the Krabby Patty."
Test Freaks writes: "I think everyone knows who SpongBob is by now, he's everywhere, that goofy little undersea animated sponge. What the appeal is to him I'm not sure though, I've never quite grasp the whole SpongeBob phenomenon, but he's spawned a huge following among children and adults alike."
Test Freaks writes: "Up on the review block today I've got SpongBob Truth or Square for the Nintendo Wii. Yes I already reviewed SpongeBob for the Xbox360, but the Wii version is a bit different. The Wii versions is actually a lot more fun to play since you get to use the Wii controls making it more interactive than just sitting there with a controller in your hand and hitting buttons. It's the Wii so the graphics aren't comparable to the Xbox360 version, but it makes up for the graphics in overall fun."
Den of Geek:
Based on the movie of the same name, Spongebob's Truth Or Square sees the eponymous sea creature entrusted by Mr Krabs with the Krabby Patty formula. Clearly, he's not too bright, though, because he loses it, and can't remember where, because apparently he can't remember anything when he's sad. Personally, I think Mr Krab should sue him, but instead Spongebob's friends decide to help by getting him to remember some of his happiest memories.