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Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers

Rating Summary

Based on 15 critic reviews
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OpenCritic Rating

24

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Based on 15 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:PlayStation 4Nov 8, 2016
Xbox OneNov 8, 2016
Nintendo 3DSNov 8, 2016

Genre: Arcade

When Uncle Grandpa accidentally drives the UG-RV through multiple dimensions, he picks up some surprise passengers in the form of Gumball, Steven Universe, Finn, Mordecai and Clarence! Now they'll have to band together to defeat the evil shard creatures and set things right. Use each character's unique attacks and special moves to conquer the elements, fight your way through all the levels and beat some brutal boss battles. Replay maps with special modifiers to switch up the fun, and unlock bonus rooms along the way. Take on the single-player challenge or grab up to 3 friends for multiplayer action in this crazy interdimensional adventure.

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Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers - Announcement Trailer | PS4

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Seriously, though, this budget-priced cash-in should be avoided at all costs, even if you're a die-hard fan of the shows. And parents, please don't ruin your kids' childhood by buying them this piece of trash. Instead, just loudly have sex in the next room over. Trust me, that one leaves a mark.

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Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers could have been the crossover that fans have been waiting for. However, with the game including nothing that makes any of the series represented great, it ends up as another title in the pile of countless generic licensed games.

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It feels weird to see such low effort put into a title that has their name tied to it, but Battle Crashers has the names you know and love, and that only.

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I really wish there was something redeeming in Battle Crashers outside of the visuals. The game really does look great, and the fan service is certainly there, but the tedium of finishing a level is just deflating. I love the genre, and the license lends itself well to this type of game, but the developers somehow made this devoid of any joy to play.

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