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Kim’s first PS2 adventure is mostly a success, but also seems like a lost opportunity, since the show has its own history with games that is never referenced in this game. Ron is a big gamer, and enjoys playing Zombie Mayhem with Felix; while Rufus, Ron, and Wade played the MMORPG Everlot, and the original series finale So the Drama opened with a scene straight out of Jet Grind Radio. It would have been nice to play a bit of Zombie Mayhem, or especially roller blade through a neon Tokyo like in StD and JGR, but I’ll just have to reserve those dream mini-games for a future KP game. This one is a good way to spend $30 if you’re a fan of the show, or Prince of Persia, or just want a fun quick game to play that has a lot of replay value packed into it.
Kim does not missing a step in the leap to bigger and better things due to the ingenuity of the BVG developers who decided to take the series in a different direction while still maintaining all of the components that have made it so popular. The good news for Kim fans is that 'What's the Switch?' proves that there is still a lot of life in this game series.
Disney's Kim Possible: What's the Switch? is a great platformer for both fans of the show and fans of similar types of games. It doesn't break new ground and still has a couple of flaws, but it's a solid execution of a licensed game and that's so rare it's frightening. Mixing both simplicity and complexity it's worth a look and is a consistent game from start to finish.
I admit it... I'm a Kim Possible fan. With that out of the way, the latest game to feature her is all right, just don't expect a revolution in sidescrollers. This game has all the usual punching, kicking, jumping, and the occasional use of gadgets that you've seen in other sidescrolling type games. It plays reasonably well, and it has lots of unlockables. Also, it's priced lower than a typical release, so it's not likely to blow your game buying budget. Still, it's a game for fans only.
Un petit jeu sans prétention qui divertira sans peine les plus jeunes et les joueurs les moins exigeants. Cette première aventure sur PS2 est plutôt une réussite mais il manque la petite étincelle qui ferait du soft un véritable bon jeu de plates-formes. La prochaine fois peut-être ?