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69 (Apr 17, 2006)
Ich muss gestehen, dass ich bislang nicht zu den Spongeboboholics dieser Welt gehöre – gelegentlich bleibe ich beim Zappen dran hängen, aber auf regelmäßiger Basis ertrage ich die selbst für meine Verhältnisse übermäßig penetrante Fröhlichkeit nicht. Der gelbe Rächer beschränkt sich dankbarerweise auf die eher witzigeren Seiten der Show, verpufft aber diesen Vorteil durch die Belanglosigkeit des Spieldesigns: Nette Hüpfaction auf festgenagelten Wegen, nette Puzzles, nette Figuren – alles ist nett, aber so harmlos. Genau das Richtige also für jüngere Schwammfans; verwöhntere Semester dürften sich dagegen reichlich unterfordert fühlen.
IGN (Mar 24, 2006)
There are plenty of problems in Bikini Bottom and they're all retold, again and again, inside SpongeBob SquarePants: The Yellow Avenger. Combining some mildly interesting, yet highly recycled, platforming with light adventure elements provides a tolerable diversion for fans of the series, but it's nothing to get excited about. And for those who have no clue about what this squishy yellow fellow is all about there's no reason to pick this up. Spend that cash on a few of the DVDs instead.
50 (Aug 30, 2006)
Le problème du jeu, ce sont ses trop nombreux déplacements qui cassent totalement l'ambiance puisqu'il n'y a rien à faire sauf marcher et marcher encore. En comparaison, les phases d'aventure s'en sortent donc bien mieux, même si on leur reprochera un niveau de difficulté quasi inexistant. La version PSP souffre enfin de temps de chargements incessants entre les niveaux, ce qui n'était pas le cas sur DS.
Extreme Gamer (May 18, 2006)
The graphics in Spongebob Squarepants: The Yellow Avenger are average, but admittedly they accomplish the job well enough. Although the experienced PSP gamer will notice it's a little behind times. I really have to hold any negative judgment because we know they aren't going to spend ultra hours developing Spongebob like some of their other franchise players. It's a "kids" game so they would say, and we all know the production values are usually lowered for those type of games. For details they have it pretty much nailed, the main characters look close to their TV counterparts and the world seems to be matched equally.
GameZone (Mar 19, 2006)
He's square. He's yellow. He lives in a pineapple under the sea, but most importantly, he can absorb water faster than the leading quilted picker-upper (guaranteed!). SpongeBob SquarePants is Nick's king of wisecracking, bringing the silliest of intelligent humor to gamers with titles like SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom. His humorous friends and villains made for great game characters, and his environments were as fun to explore on PlayStation 2 as they were to watch on the show.