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Princess Natasha (GBA)

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      27.05.2009 02:37
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      "Princess Natasha" is a video game released for the Gameboy Advance console in 2006 by Zoo Digital Publishing. It is based on an Internet based animated cartoon series of the same name. In the United States, the game received a rating of "E" by the ESRB panel which deemed it suitable for all ages.

      Natasha plays the role of a school child turned secret agent when she is called upon to deal with an outbreak of zombies in the state of Illinois. The player begins by selecting an area of the state which he or she wishes to play through and looks at Natasha's "remote". It is this remote which allows the player to equip two weapons of choice besides Natasha's primary anti-zombie spray. This spray acts in a fashion similar to "Bubble Bobble" where zombies become trapped within it and the player must further act by kicking it to eliminate the enemy within. It is a very simple game to complete and offers little by the way of challenge. Frequently the popped bubbles will release health items, similar to Bubble Bobble's tasty treats for points, and this allows Natasha to remain at peak physical condition at all times.

      The graphics are presented from a side scrolling perspective which focuses on Natasha. The visuals of this title seem to be taken from an earlier "Kim Possible" title for the same console. Natasha features Kim's slender physique but is draped in a black jumpsuit. Background scenes are urban in detailing and feature many repeating sequences of houses and commercial units. The enemies are identical in their design and this becomes highly repetitive as the game progresses. The soundtrack is, however, good with many upbeat and lively scores following the player throughout.

      Overall, Princess Natasha is a title which I would not recommend to prospective buyers. The gameplay is just too simple for younger players and older gamers would not likely find enjoyment in its simplicity. Visuals are average at best and the combination with easy gameplay makes for a less than enjoyable experience.


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