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.