The Scooby-Doo cartoon was rubbish really, wasn%26rsquo;t it? Yeah, yeah, it%26rsquo;s a %26lsquo;classic%26rsquo; %26ndash; whatever. It wasn%26rsquo;t particularly scary or funny, and if we wanted to watch a stoned bloke talk to a weird dog, we%26rsquo;d hang out at the local park more often. Its continued popularity is therefore a mystery to us, particularly when Scoobs and the gang turn up in limp games like this.
Investigating a series of unrelated mysteries, you control various members of the crime-solving troop, swapping between them if you like, but it doesn%26rsquo;t make much difference. Whoever you play as, you%26rsquo;ll be smashing objects to get items, engaging in frustrato-combat with herky-jerky enemies and struggling to deal with the camera%26rsquo;s drunken swoops. It%26rsquo;s just not much fun, which is a bit of an oversight for a game%26hellip;
Nov 9, 2009