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PlayStationPSX Nation (Nov 21, 2001)
The "Power Stone" style of fighting isn't done justice by this 32-bit engine, which isn't fast-enough or polished-enough to elevate it past mediocrety. With the Powerpuff Girls license attached to it though, "Chemical X-traction" becomes a more bearable and slightly-amusing rental for most (and a collector's item for fans of Craig McCracken's irreverent toon). A little pricey at $25-30, but worth checking.
PlayStationGameZone (Nov 27, 2001)
Although The Powerpuff Girls: Chemical X-Traction has some cool aspects and has been given an E rating, I think it will appeal more to younger players between the ages of 6 to 12. Mastering some of the techniques will present a real challenge and the story line and characters are cute and appealing.
Nintendo 6464 Power / big.N / N Games (Dec, 2001)
Was die Grafik betrifft, finden sich im Spiel viele Patzer und die Figuren sehen schlecht aus. Da hätte man viel mehr machen können. Gut hingegen klingen der Sound und die Sprachsamples. Beides lässt sich sehr gut ertragen. Ganz im Gegensatz zum restlichen Spiel, denn es ist nicht wirklich motivierend, in den sich wiederholenden Levels auf Kisten oder sonstige Gegenstände zu warten, um dann zeitlupenartig deinen Gegner zu treffen. Zu zweit machen die Powerpuff Girls zwar für kurze Zeit Spaß, dennoch braucht man für Chemical Xtraction nicht sein N64 zu behelligen.
PlayStationGame Informer Magazine (Nov, 2001)
I've never seen the show, but I doubt it's about throwing furniture at people – or anything this unbelievably boring and stupid. You don't need a $30 frisbee, so don't buy this game.
PlayStationIGN (Nov 29, 2001)
This game is bad. If you like the Power Puff Girls and you buy this game you will be very disappointed. The fact that it was Power Puff Girls was the only reason why I trudged on to finally beat this game. So parents, shy away from this one, lest you wish for a very un-Merry Christmas, and watch your children cry as they curse Santa and throw their PlayStations across the room. I love the holidays.
PlayStationGame Informer Magazine (Nov, 2001)
The game allows you to play as Blossom, Buttercup, or Bubbles, and battle any one of several baddies from the popular show. The matches take place in rooms scattered about familiar locations in Townsville. In order to win, you must be in possession of the three bottles of Chemical X when the 100-second timer runs out. The fighting is confined to picking up various objects and throwing them at your opponent. You can also kick, but it doesn’t work very well. That’s it. It’s like Mario Party with only one minigame, and a bad one at that. By the way, there are some Shockwave browser games on the Powerpuff Girls website that are better than this, and they’re free.