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Oh my glob! All three princesses of the Nameless Kingdom have disappeared! Finn (the human) and his best bro Jake (the shape-shifting dog) embark on an original heroic adventure created exclusively for the video game. Players journey through the Nameless Kingdom, an unexplored realm in the Land of Ooo, to rescue princesses and choose the one princess who commands the Nameless inhabitants. After all, every kingdom needs a princess who rules.
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Now, this game is not as long or as difficult as LoZ. And it feels a little rushed. It's not perfect. Here's a few of the things they should/could fix:
-Some of the character interactions aren't fully animated, which can lead to confusion for a few seconds. E.g. when throwing the bombs at the ear head guys, the bombs just disappear without obviously being swallowed by he enemy.
-The warp gates that lead the the temple bosses are much to far away the boss door for my liking. You have to hike through a lot of completed dungeon space if you die against a boss.
-There are not a whole lot of reason to collect and spend money.
-Controlling Jake is aggravating because action uses an item spot instead of having a dedicated controller button. Frequently, I would hit the button to us my item such as a bananrang only to deploy Jake instead, and then I'd die because Jake can't defend himself.
-Jake isn't much fun to play with on his own. It's annoying enough that I wouldn't use him unless I absolutely had to. So much could be done to improve the players experience with Jake.
I could go on, but I'm not here to dump on this game. It's actually a lot of fun, and I would love to see a sequel to this game. The lesson here is that if you're going to steal, steal from the best.
P.S. Trophy Hunting Tip: Ambitreacherous - You can upgrade the banarang, but DO NOT upgrade the Jake Shield at Marceline's Closet.