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Scooby-Doo! Who's Watching Who (PSP)

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Genre: Action / Rating: E - (Everyone) / Published by: THQ

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      08.11.2008 18:45



      A good game for fans of the series.

      I got this game free with a magazine promotion and I am glad it didn't cost me anything. The game is ok but nothing special. It is better than most other movie/ tv show tie ins but not as good as other games on the PSP system. The game has some good points but also some bad points.

      The game follows scobby doo traveling through different themed worlds and collect tags and collectables to unlock sub levels.

      The graphics aren't very good and some of the worst I have seen on the the PSP system. The game doesn't have any slowdown and runs very smooth. The soundtrack is ok but nothing special. The controls are very easy to learn, so everyone can play.

      The game gets a little repetitive after a couple of hours play but isn't too bad. The game is ok for fans of the scooby doo series. The game has lots of minigames which are very fun. The game has some great sound and it is very clear. The game is not very hard so everyone will be able to play. There is no online or 2 player mode.

      Overall, the game is good but not as good as other games on the system but it is a must buy for Scobby Doo fans.


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  • Product Details

    Who's Watching You is your typical platformer. Each level starts out with a themed hub world, and from there you collect Scooby dog tags to unlock three sub-levels. These levels are divided into an Investigation stage (generic platforming), a Driving level (crashing into walls with the clunky Mystery Machine), and a Chase sequence (falling into holes you can't see). The point of each level is to find clues strewn about and solve that episode's mystery. These clues can then be analyzed by Velma via a series of frustrating, unpolished mini-games. When you get enough dirt on a suspect, you can try to catch them by setting off a series of traps when they walk under them (such as pushing a cannon on top of a suspect). The Scooby gang plays for keeps.

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