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SpongeBob Truth Or Square - Nintendo Wii
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- New Wacky Morphing Abilities turn SpongeBob into a Sledgehammer Smash to whack intruders a WaterBob sponge to spew liquid and stun enemies or even an Explosive Canon to aim and blast baddies
- Relive Side Splitting SpongeBob Moments Reminisce through fans of favorite SpongeBob moments as the game draws upon The 10 Happiest Moments of SpongeBobs Life and hilarious story elements from the animated television series
- Share in the Hilarity with Family and Friends Play as SpongeBob or with a friend playing as Plankton throughout the entire game on both the Wii and Xbox 360 platforms
- So many creeps so little time Battle against group flying immune spawn dark and morph creeps all with different skills to challenge the best of players
- Customize your game Create your own addictive experience by drawing towers and designing unique unrelenting creeps using the innovative technology of the Nintendo DS stylus for a game experience of unending possibilities
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Platform: Nintendo Wii
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Spongebob Truth or Square is based on a story where Spongebob forgot where he put the Krabby Patty sauce recipe. In order to remember, he needs to get happy. So, his friends help him by remembering happy times (basically, levels based on Spongebob TV episodes. The Hash-Slinging Slasher!!!!).
This is basically a 3D platformer. You go through each level and have to beat up the robot enemies, jump across the gaps, etc... Moving Spongebob is via the nunchuck. A button jumps, B button shoots a water bomb from Spongebob's nose, swinging the remote left/right does a spin attack, and moving the nunchuck up down (in a hammer motion) does a spatula-slam attack. You can also move the camera around via the up/down/left/right on top of the remote, and Z will put the camera behind Spongebob. (It's all easier and more intuitive than it sounds).
There are several boss fights that can be tough for the youngest players.
Now, the multi-player. You can do the game with just Spongebob no problem. However, someone with a second remote (no nunchuck) can hit + and join in as Plankton. Plankton will hover above Spongebob's shoulder and can zap and stun enemies with his ray gun thing. As I said, you don't NEED Plankton, but it does make things easier. The great thing about this mechanic is that I (the adult) can play as Spongebob and do all the more difficult aspects of the game (like jumping across gaps on the jellyfish, fighting six robots at once, etc), while my young son can just zap the bad guys with Plankton. I don't have to worry about him walking off a ledge or whatever. It's very clever.Read more ›
They said the first level in the game was very long but it was fun, and they got through it on their first day. It is not very much like the Truth or Square episode, but they like it a lot so far.
The answer is Yes, my friends, as Spongebob: Truth or Square thankfully follows the footsteps of its predecessors (As such, I might compare them at some points in the review...), but perhaps a little too much. The music and textures are all recycled from them, as well as some tunes from the cartoon. Surprisingly enough, though, the game still isn't soulless at all - The game is still loaded with the Heavy Iron charm that flourished in the previous Spongebob titles, and contains a talking Spongebob with sets of one-liners for each level (Admittedly, it does get annoying when he repeats certain lines - At least you can mute the in-level dialogue, but that also mutes in-level cutscenes, if any).
The storyline of this game, however, SUCKS. I'm not sure how well it follows the special, considering I've only ever seen that once, but everything about the plot is bad. First off, the Krusty Krab is celebrating its..."11ty 7th" Anniversary, and Spongebob forgot where he put the Krabby Patty formula. And now that he's sad, he can't remember. So he goes on flashback adventures through distorted variations on old Spongebob episodes to cheer himself up, only to realize that (spoiler alert) it was in Mr. Krabs's back pocket the whole time.
Story and recycled stuff aside, it's great to say that the levels themselves are still completely new.Read more ›