Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (PS2)

This is going to be a simple review (to write; harder to read), because there is only one point that needs to be made about this game. Normally, I state such points right after I make statements like

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  • System: Sony PlayStation 2
  • Genre: Sports
  • Max Players: 1-2
  • Age Rating: Mature 17+
  • US Release: November 2007
  • Developer: Creat Studios
  • Publisher: Midway Games

athf_ps2_cvrsht_090607.aiThis is going to be a simple review (to write; harder to read), because there is only one point that needs to be made about this game. Normally, I state such points right after I make statements like that, and then bring them up again at the end, to tie things together. Either that, or I just make my big point at the end, in a sort of grand finale. Tonight (you shouldn’t be reading this during the day, trust me. Trust me.), I will not be following either of those precedents. I plan to just throw the point in, right in the middle of This game (told you it would be harder to read than write) is just a bad game. It was quite obviously just thrown together to cash in on the Aqua Teen thing, and it does not stand up when compared to pretty much any given videogame for any system.

I wanted to end the review right there, but I figured I’d just skip the next three paragraphs, instead. Picking up back where I left off four paragraphs ago: If you like Aqua Teen Hunger Force, you might actually get some enjoyment out of this game, in spite of its complete lack of good game qualities. In fact, the reason I gave this game such a high score (“Below Average” is still playable!) is because I AM an Aqua Teen fan, so I did have fun playing it. One of the biggest bonuses is that there are four episodes of the TV show included in the game. Best part is—you don’t even have to play the game to watch them! The game was only maybe 20$ when it came out, and it’s probably down to 4.99$ if you can still find it anywhere, so I’d say that’s really not a bad deal.

If you actually play the game, you’ll notice that the REEEAL (I wish to God that Sammy Sosa would get out of my head, already. It’s been years, seriously; that’s unacceptable.) voice actors do the voices. This is another one of those bonuses that applies only to people who like the show.

To wrap up this massive, 11-paragraph review, let me just reiterate…. Wait, NO! I refuse to follow the formula set by my past reviews. I’m going to do my own thing, put no effort into this review, and hope to the Broodwich that the fans I’ve already established just read this review because they’ve liked my other ones, such as:

[Note to Production: Please put links to four of my most popular reviews here, including one never-before-seen review (actually, make it before-seen; I’m not writing another one just for this joke), so that people will read this. Maybe also put some zombies and ninjas in the title, even though there are no zombies or ninjas in this review.]

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  • GameCola Rates This Game: 4 - Below Average
  • Score Breakdown

  • Fun Score: 7
  • Novelty Score: 5
  • Audio Score: 6
  • Visuals Score: 4
  • Controls Score: 2
  • Replay Value: 2
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