For a handheld that's amazing. Addictiveness: I played this game a lot. Play as any of the Mystery Inc. If you know precisely where you are or what to do then it sorta relaxes you and makes fantastic white noise. Others might say they are too pixelly or compressed, but I myself thought they did a good job in the graphics department. Difficulty: Like I said before, this game has it's moments of difficulty.
This time there are real ghosts. I never played the console version of this game, I played this one. Players can jump in as any of the Mystery, Inc. But this is just cause I played Resident Evil 4 17 times. For me, there is no such thing as once and done. Where one sees a once and done sorta experience, I can come back to it. Use cool gadgets and tools to help solve mysteries, uncover collectibles and help in investigation.
Our favorite canine mystery crusader is back in action with Scooby-Doo! I played other Scooby games and they were just too hard for my childlike mind to handle. The first level is part stealth cause you have to avoid ghosts. . If you love Scooby Doo, or just want an enjoyable game, pick this one up. Collect Scooby Snacks to buy fun costume pieces and create customised looks with unique accessories and clothing items.
Final Thoughts: I personally found this game to be very enjoyable. It's that rare licensed game that isn't too shabby. Once you get an item to help you combat ghosts, future levels aren't quite as annoying. Maybe they water down the experience or take out important stuff, or cash grab propaganda. I am sure they are superior, but let's focus on the handhold version. However, they find that it isn't just a dude in a costume.
Interactive Developer: Torus Games Sreenshoot. Depth: The game offers a decent length campaign. If they get hit three times, they lose a health. Not me though, I like to take my time. Story: The gang travel to various places, expecting a normal experience with ghosts. I was able to beat it quite easily, and enjoyed the journey.
Later in life, I found out that there were console versions and I don't have knowledge of them. Music blurs in the background and is only really annoying if you get lost or stuck on where to go or what to do. Scooby and Shaggy each take one hit before they are scared. Graphics 8 Sound 7 Addictive 10 Depth 7 Story 7 Difficulty 7. Sound: They made the esthetic a valid Scooby experience, including a heavily compressed, short laugh track. This is a heavily shortened version of the story but you get the idea.
For me, it's that rare licensed game that is quality. I was taken aback by how enjoyable this game was for me. It isn't too long or too short, but I am sure if someone put their mind to it, they could probably speedrun it. For me, there is a lot to come back to. Other people might not give this a favorable score but for me personally, it was a very enjoyable if slightly frustrating at times experience. Scooby-Doo, Shaggy, Daphne, Velma and Fred are on an all-new adventure to uncover the mystery behind a strange swamp girl and her peculiar cauldron of brew. Sure a dude makes trouble for them, but the ghosts are real! Give me a few months and I can replay anything.
This makes it a bit annoying to avoid certain ghosts or fight, but by making ingredients to a delicious sandwich their words then you can get one life. . . . . . .