Scooby-Doo!: First Frights isn't a very bad game. Emulating the play style of a typical LEGO game wouldn't be the first thought to run through a fan's mind, but it works out well enough to be a fun experience. It also helps that there are plenty of animated and fully voiced cut scenes for younger player to enjoy in between levels. The brevity of the game turns out to be both a blessing and a curse, since it guarantees that the player will only spend a few hours with the game before shelving it, but it saves them from having to strain to see such tiny characters because the camera is pulled back to such an uncomfortable distance. It is definitely recommended as a rental for younger fans, but if you or someone you know has problems with the tiny characters, it would be best to go for the Wii or PS2 versions instead, if those options are available to you.