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Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! PS3

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Platform: PlayStation 3
Edition: Standard Edition
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  • Series creator Pendleton Ward and developer WayForward team up again with a brand new storyline and an offbeat, fun adventure for fans of all ages
  • Play as fan-favorite Adventure Time characters Finn, Jake, Marceline and Cinnamon Bun plus many more, each one with unique moves and an arsenal of creative attacks
  • Characters come to life with voiceovers provided by the original TV cast
  • Play solo or grab your friends for four player, co-operative multiplayer
  • Fight your way through 100 floors of a massive Secret Royal Dungeon, avoiding treacherous hazards and defeating menacing enemies and bosses from the Adventure Time show

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00CMD78O4
  • Product Dimensions: 5.4 x 0.6 x 6.8 inches ; 2.7 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: November 19, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,985 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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Platform: PlayStation 3 | Edition: Standard Edition

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Princess Bubblegum summons Finn and Jake to the Candy Kingdom to investigate a rash of thefts and kidnappings that have plagued her kingdom. She thinks the cause lies within her Secret Royal Dungeon, where only the nastiest monsters and criminals are locked up. If they've found a way to escape, the Land of Ooo will be in danger! Following the mathematical, algebraic, and radical success of 2012's Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!!, show creator Pendleton Ward teams up with developer WayForward in the all-new action game Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! Select from an assortment of fan favorite characters from the show, including Finn, Jake, Marceline, Cinnamon Bun, and more, and team up with your friends in four-player co-operative multiplayer as the Adventure Time world comes to life through beautiful pixel animations, and voiceover from the original cast. Fight through 100 floors of a massive dungeon, battling enemies and bosses from across the Adventure Time universe, using an arsenal of weapons and power-ups. Raid chests for treasure and booty that'll help you unravel the mystery of the dungeon!

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Princess Bubblegum summons Finn and Jake to the Candy Kingdom to investigate a rash of thefts and kidnappings that have plagued her kingdom. She thinks the cause lies within her Secret Royal Dungeon, where only the nastiest monsters and criminals are locked up. If they've found a way to escape, the Land of Ooo will be in danger!


Following the mathematical, algebraic, and radical success of 2012's Adventure Time: Hey Ice King! Why'd You Steal Our Garbage?!!, show creator Pendleton Ward teams up with developer WayForward in the all-new action game Adventure Time: Explore the Dungeon Because I DON'T KNOW! Select from an assortment of fan favorite characters from the show, including Finn, Jake, Marceline, Cinnamon Bun, and more, and team up with your friends in four-player co-operative multiplayer as the Adventure Time world comes to life through beautiful pixel animations, and voiceover from the original cast. Fight through 100 floors of a massive dungeon, battling enemies and bosses from across the Adventure Time universe, using an arsenal of weapons and power-ups. Raid chests for treasure and booty that'll help you unravel the mystery of the dungeon!


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Key Features:
  • Series creator Pendleton Ward and developer WayForward team up again with a brand new storyline and an offbeat, fun adventure for fans of all ages.
  • Play as fan-favorite Adventure Time characters Finn, Jake, Marceline and Cinnamon Bun plus many more, each one with unique moves and an arsenal of creative attacks.
  • Characters come to life with voiceovers provided by the original TV cast.
  • Play solo or grab your friends for four player, co-operative multiplayer.
  • Fight your way through 100 floors of a massive Secret Royal Dungeon, avoiding treacherous hazards and defeating menacing enemies and bosses from the Adventure Time show.
  • Equip Tokens for awesome ability boosts such as Candy Seeds to double the effectiveness of food, Zeldron's Armor that halves damage taken, Wizard Eyes to see trap switches, and more.
  • Arm your characters with Sub-Weapons like the Hero's Gauntlet, Kitten Gun, Sack of Butter, Ice Stars, and Bananarangs to complement your attacks.
  • Rescue Familiars, little helpers that temporarily assist you in battle, throughout the dungeon.
  • Interact with other popular characters from the Adventure Time show to learn about side quests or buy upgrades to aid your main quest.


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30 of 35 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Dungeon Crawler Adventure November 22, 2013
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3| Edition:Standard Edition|Verified Purchase
I felt compelled to write a review on this because I believe it is not getting the recognition it deserves. Let me first off start by saying I have never seen the show nor do I know anything about it. That being said, the characters and dialogue seem rather bizarre. Despite this, I appreciate the random oddness of each which contrast the traditional bland stereotypes; Warrior, Amazon, Mage, etc. There are a total of 8 characters each with their own unique strengths and weaknesses and 100 levels of exploration.The difficulty is graded at a very fair pace and I've yet to come across a single glitch, though others seem to have had issues of the game freezing.

This more of a hack and slash adventure versus hack and slash rpg. Your characters do not gain experience a la Diablo style but rather get more hearts and stronger attacks a la Zelda style. For an adventure rpg, I think the game presents with a suprising amount of depth. Theres dozens of secondary weapons and tokens you can equip to prepare your character for the next dungeon. Couple this with there being 8 unique playable characters with their own strengths and weaknesses, you have a plethora of different game play experiences. To further add to this, the dungeons are randomly generated as well.

My biggest complaint about this game is that theres no online mode so co-op is limited to local participants only. This is truly a shame because this game would make for an amazing on-line experience and probably have considerably more positive reviews from more avid gamers.

I would passionately disagree with anyone who says the game lacks depth; before making that judgement call I think one would have to unlock all 8 characters, use all the different secondary weapons, and mess around with all the different tokens.
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25 of 29 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Pointless grind that's missing the essence of the show November 19, 2013
By Shawn
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard Edition
It pains me to say that it didn't live up to my expectations. I think in an effort to pay tribute to classic 8- and 16-bit games it took on all their shortcomings as well. It's basically a huge dungeon grind with random generated levels for 9 levels followed by a boss battle on the 10th.

Checkpoints are every 5 levels, which means that if you die midway through you'll start grinding again from your last checkpoint. And the worse part is, it sometimes freezes my whole system while loading the next level, necessitating a reboot and be sent back to our last checkpoint through no fault of our own (i'm sure they'll fix this bug fairly soon, but it reveals how unpolished it is).

I played 20 levels by myself, and another 7 with my partner. We're both big Adventure Time fans and gamers ourselves, and we just couldn't bring ourselves to finish the game. For a show based on fast-moving storylines, twisted humour, and gorgeous(ish) visuals - none of it can be found here. It's button mashing of the worse sort.

Voice acting is stellar and features the original cast.

Conclusion: It turns out the title is really apt, because I don't know why I'm exploring the dungeon, hence I won't.
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25 of 33 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Avoid this. November 19, 2013
By H. Wulf
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard Edition
I was in the market for a multi-player game to play with my 6 year old, we enjoy the series, so this seemed like a good idea. We previously enjoyed Pokémon Rumble Blast/ the 3 Skylanders games together and we invested 30+ hours in Rumble and 100+ hours in Skylanders. I wanted to try something new.

I purchased this on a whim on launch(15th) and didn't read any reviews as there weren't any. I was going off of a few previews that I had read which seemed positive. I should have waited for a review...at 45 Euros(PSN download), I feel cheated. This game is as bare-bones as it gets and not worth that much in any way imaginable. If it had been a 5 buck iPhone game, I would be able to live with the disappointment, but this is a full priced game and I expected to get a good deal of play out of it together with my boy.

I don't have much to add to An Interested Readers 1 star review(amazon.co.uk) in terms of gameplay myself.

My son sets the bar on games directed at a younger audience in our home, as I would never have purchased this for myself. So when he says it's boring after 45 mins of play and asks if we can play something else, that kind of sums it up for me from his point of view. We gave it a second shot later in the day which lasted 30 mins.

Ok, so after I got over the disappointment that my son didn't like it, I sat down and played the thing up until level 22 on my own. It was a grind of the worst sort. Boring sums it up pretty well. My son had that down after 45mins and I was just kidding myself otherwise. Save your time for something more worthwhile, this is not only not worth your hard earned cash, but also not your precious time.

I admire those actually liking this and sticking up for it. If only I was so open minded.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
By B
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Edition:Standard Edition
I don't know what some of the negative reviews are talking about. I got this as a game for my wife and I to enjoy on our big screen on Christmas morning! She and I are huge Adventure Time fans since we started watching the show in College. The game has an essence of old school games such as Gauntlet and maybe somewhat like Diablo. I would say this game matches more of the Gauntlet theme since you have your Wizards-Fighters in the different Characters you play (and there are a lot that you can choose from I won't mention them besides Jake,Finn, Cinnamon Bun and Marceline since those are the four you get in the beginning.) My wife likes to play as Jake and I started out as Finn but we found it a bit Hard so I played as Marceline since she could float all over. Finn was fun but at later levels he cant jump over cliffs (his one setback) where Jake can and Marceline just floats around. The game has advantages and disadvantages for each character. Each has a specialty. Marceline's is eating the Red fire balls gives her imagination (a power attack that varies from character to character) a boost. Finn's is being able to hold 3 amulets or tokens at a time. (powerups you spend before entering the dungeons). The game follows old school gaming rules of challenge you go into the dungeon and you can't leave until every 5 levels, the catch is after every boss (every 10) you are sent back to the over-world to buy upgrades and follow up on the story, to go back into the dungeon you loose all your gold for "candy taxes" Princess Bubblegum is a bit of a downer sometimes (as she is in the show at times too!). So you have to plan out if you want to come back and try to keep your gold levels high to buy power-ups and items when you get out of the dungeons. (This can be very challenging. Read more ›
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