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- Face off with boss enemies including Goozim, Platyborg and Evil Doof
- Play as Phineas, Ferb or Agent P and unlock a special bonus-a new secret Agent
- Jump, dodge and battle through 5 outrageous worlds with over 30 wacky levels
- Wield power-packed gadgets such as a baseball launcher, electricity gum and a grapple gun and earn upgrades by solving environmental puzzles
- Enjoy Platypus Day and Halloween themed environments
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| Only on PlayStation®3 system for the first time, 4 Free Blu-ray episodes on one hybrid disc. You'll enjoy the video game and the following Phineas and Ferb episodes: |
Top Customer Reviews
And if you're ANY kind of gamer, this game will not challenge you at all. I beat it in less than 3 hours. So in that case (maybe if you want an easy platinum trophy?) you could rent this in a weekend and get everything.
For everyone else, those who have kids or maybe a spouse who doesn't play video games that often, this game is easily accessible. It's literally impossible to get stuck and not know what to do next. The combat is simple (I stuck with the Baseball gun the entire game and it worked fine). The platforming can get semi-difficult at times in a couple stages but other than that it's a very linear, straightforward game.
The replay value, since this is such a short game, is buy buying everything from the store, and playing the mini-games (A Claw Game and a Skee Ball game). The claw game will also give you figurines and sound/appearance mod chips which means you won't have to buy them in the store.
Graphicwise, the game looks awesome during the stages but if you've watched the cartoon the cutscenes are just awful. I would think with something as powerful as the PS3, they could make the actual characters look a lot better.
The sound is very good in the game, especially with the ability to change the sounds on the weapons. The kiddos will love that one (i.e. they shoot and their weapon moos for example).
The game controls are very sharp, the developers nailed that one.
However, I do have a couple gripes:
- There are times I fell right through a platform, even though I clearly landed on it.Read more ›
-Player 1 centric (letting player 1 control pace and objectives)
-You don't die when you run out of health (you have to shake the control to 'revive')
-Its Phineas and Ferb, duh
-None that I can think of
So far, great game.
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Waste of time and money. I do not recommend this game.
Started return process with Amazon.
However, I felt that the creators were going way too easy on the consumers and heres why:
1. You would never get a game over or actually lose completely. Like health is really needed.
2. The levels are too short and mostly obvious by the way.
3. Its not really as accurate as the movie.
4. The Dr.Doof robot(Final Boss) did not convince me that it was an actual boss battle but a run.
5. The ending itself was stupid and pretty lame.
Overall, maybe the little kids would enjoy and then get bored by the end of the week. Yeah, NOT worth spending $39.99 to keep, but maybe as a rental. If you got all the acheivements, good for you then.
My girls are between the ages 6 and 10, and enjoy many different game types.
The game was disappointingly short, however, it did afford them the ability to unlock things like gun sounds and types that gave them moments of added laughter. The game was by far lacking in challenge to an adult, but was sufficiently difficult enough for my 6 year old to get consistently perturbed.
If you are looking for a game that your (advanced gamer) 10 year old can play and enjoy, this is it. If you're looking for something that your (advanced gamer) 6 year old can play alone, this is the wrong game. I would recommend this game to people that enjoy a great game, a great series, and a great laugh, all coupled with a desire to experience a challenge.
Overall, the girls and I enjoyed this game. It helps to be a fan of the series, which we are definitely a huge Phineas and Ferb series family of fans.
Would I purchase the game for 10+ year olds, no. But it's definitely worth a look if you enjoy a family game and a challenge, coupled with a laugh.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Game good,but a pain because of graphics could have been better!Published 1 month ago by Brenda Bancroft
My boys (7&10yrs old) received this game for Christmas and have been enjoying it. I find that they don't argue when they play this game like they do with a few other PS3 games... Read morePublished 6 months ago by M Taylor