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Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am - PlayStation 2

by Midway
Platform : PlayStation2
Rated: Mature

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  • Experience Authentic Aqua Teen Hunger Force Humor: Written by and starring Aqua Teen Hunger Force creators David R. Willis and Matt Maiellaro. Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am delivers the authentic attitude and humor of the series.
  • Battle Against Fan Favorites From The Show: Face off against fan favorites and villains from the show including the Mooninites, Plutonians, Frat Aliens, MC Pee Pants and Carl.
  • Golf With Weapons And Battle With Clubs: In addition to battling to beat par, you also have to battle your way to the ball after each shot. Use your iron as a weapon, or your sword as your club.
  • Race The Frat Aliens: Tear up the course in your awesome rental wagon and settle the score using weapons, obstacles, jumps and more.
  • Unlock Exclusive Bonus Content: Explore the course to unlock a never-before-seen Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode, a sandwich battle for the ages and more.
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  • Platform:   PlayStation2
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful
Well, what else did you expect? Nov. 8 2007
By N. Durham - Published on Amazon.com
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Arguably the most popular original show to hit Adult Swim, the Aqua Teen Hunger Force make their video game debut with Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am from Midway for the PS2. Gameplay wise, the game takes place on a golf course where you, well, play golf. In between shots though, you fight off familiar enemies and race against the alien frat boys. None of these elements are really very fun at all, and in all actuality come off as being more frustrating than anything else. The game's controls are loose and unresponsive, which only amplifies the frustration, and the game itself isn't really very pretty to look at, thanks to a sloppy frame rate. The constantly recycled dialogue gets real annoying after a while, and even though there's cameos aplenty from familiar characters of the show, there isn't really anything here that makes Zombie Ninja Pro-Am worth playing. The best part of the game is the fact that four episodes of the show are instantly available to watch, which is sad considering this is a video game we're talking about. Then again, should we really have expected anything less? The game's overall presentation screams that it's an ultra budget title, and for the tag price you'd be better off spending less on a season set on DVD. This may be worth a brief look for die hard Aqua Teen fans, but even they should proceed with extreme caution.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Smack-Dab Mediocre March 15 2008
By T. Murphy - Published on Amazon.com
Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (featuring neither ninjas nor zombies) is simply not that bad. Nor is it very good. ATHF:ZNP-A is decidedly mediocre, a blended rating based on several sub-categories. Gameplay features a 9-hole golf range, and 3 levels of cart racing. The former is simple, yet challenging if you want to play a scratch game of golf. As you slowly travel the course to reach the ball, you'll encounter enemies from the cartoon series. It's unavoidable, monotonous and annoying. The racing segments are equally frustrating, as you'll lose whisker-close races before winning by a country mile, when your AI opponent apparently loses a lap for unknown reasons. The entire "mission" can be completed in less than 8 hours.

To make up for sorta lousy gaming, you have a bundle of video extras. Some, like a never-before-seen ATHF episode, are available from the get-go. Others are earned by collecting icons throughout the gameplay. I played this on a 1st gen PS2 and watched through a composite video connection to a flat screen analog tube. The video picture was ripe with jaggies, and I pretty much explained why in the previous sentence.

All told, there's no compelling reason to own this, just rent or borrow to enjoy for what it's worth.
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Not very good Nov. 10 2007
By M. Dudek - Published on Amazon.com
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The review by "Big Evil" is pretty much right on. This game just isn't very fun. The golf mechanics are simple but serviceable I suppose, but the controls are mushy. I had written that down to the fact that I played the game on a PS3 and I figured the backward-compatibility was the culprit, but other reviews I've read say the same thing. The combat is weak and repetitive, and not very difficult. It's more of a annoyance in getting to your next shot. The golf cart racing is OK, but no matter how you drive, your opponent always stays just a little ahead or behind, and races always come down to the last leg. Just save a missile till the very end in case you're trailing, and you'll win every time. Not very challenging.

The only saving grace for this title is that the ATHF humor is there in spades, and fans of the show will probably get a kick out of this in spite of the weak gameplay. The game is short, and replayability is zero once you unlock all the cameos and the "broodwich" battle, so you can definitely save your cash and rent this one. You can beat this title in about 5 hours and see it all.

Recommended only as a rental to fans of the show - everyone else, stay clear.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
blea Jan. 26 2011
By Michael Pimentel - Published on Amazon.com
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people giving this 4 or 5 stars are out of their minds. I played it for a little over an hour then shelved it. I got it because it was dirt cheap and i love ATHF, but the gameplay for this is horrible. Its a mix of a poorly done golf game, and a very poorly controlling action beat em up. Its a little funny but enduring the game \play for the jokes is just not worth it. Save yourself the money and just pass on this
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
SOME OF THE MOST FUN I'VE HAD WITH A SPORTS TITLE 8 OUT OF 10 Jan. 18 2010
By ACEMAN1 - Published on Amazon.com
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I know, I probably enjoyed this game a bit TOO much, but I loved it. This has garnered mixed response from gamers and was torn apart by critics (An awful 37 out of 100 on Metacritic.), but I cannot deny that I had a lot of fun with it. Sure it will never win accolades for "greatest game ever" or for "greatest sports game ever" or even "best licensed game ever," but if you're willing to give it a chance, this game proves to be rather fun (Critics are definitely wrong if they give garbage like Looney Tunes: ACME Arsenal better reviews than this game).
WHAT THE GAME IS: A golf/beat 'em up/racing game. When Frylock is accepted to the Jersey Pines Golf Course, Master Shake is upset that he was not, so after a tutorial in which you learn how to play the game, the group steals their neighbor Carl's car and crash on the golf course. From then on, you play through 11 other levels of golfing, combat, and even a couple of racing levels with the occasional boss battle.
GRAPHICS: I must say these graphics actually look good. The game has a nice cel-shaded look, and the cutscene visuals look just like the show. I even really liked how the levels were designed because this game shoots you all over the place to places like the Moon and Hell. Unlike most licensed games, the graphics actually look and feel like the source material which is a definite plus.
MUSIC: This area was a bit disappointing. Most of the music is too quiet and really doesn't go with the game. It's best if you listen to your own music as you play.
SOUND: All the voice actors from the show reprise their roles in this game. So, overall this area works well and the other sound effects are good too.
GAMEPLAY: As said before, this is game is about golfing, beating the crap out of a lot of enemies, and a couple racing segments. The golfing part of the gameplay for the most part feels solid and responsive, and the controls work well. The combat is decent, but it could use some fine tuning. You can switch back and forth between Master Shake and Frylock during combat. Master Shake can use weapons such as his golfclub, a sword, a chainsaw, a sawed-off shotgun, pubic pride (A spray used to kill spiders), and many other weapons. Frylock has the power to shoot fireballs, he can shoot lightning bolts when you find that item, can shoot missiles when that item is found, as well as other powers. Meatwad can be used to turn into a hotdog, so that enemies will attack him instead of you for a brief period of time or he can be used while you're golfing to cheat. There are all sorts of enemies to fight in this game: spiders, mechanical peacocks, mutant brownies, mutant wrenches, homicidal demon trees, roses armed with machine guns, and plenty more. Some villains included in this game are: Carl, the Mooninites, McPee Pants, the Plutonians, and more. The racing segments are fairly easy and are also fun as well. On every level there are a lot of hidden items such as unlocking cameo clips, finding extra lives, twelve demon sandwiches which when all are found will unlock a battle of the sandwiches. There's also other things packed in this game such as four episodes (One of which has never been seen) from the show, an interview with the creators of the show, etc. Even if you don't like the game itself, the four episodes should be enough to keep you coming back. Even better is the fact there is a multiplayer option which adds even more value to this awesome game.
OVERALL: This is definitely a fans-only game, but it proves to be a solid golfing/combat/racing game that is also funny as hell and packed with awesome extras well worth the price. However, although I really enjoyed this game, I will only recommend it as a rental.
THE GOOD: Fun golfing, fun combat, fun racing, lots of weapons, good graphics, funny humor, good voice-acting, and lots of awesome extras.
THE BAD: The game can get repetitive and the combat could have been done better.