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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful:

Good scooby doo game.

8/10
Author: kyle-mcdonald from Canada
27 July 2007

This scooby doo game is a pretty good scooby doo game and heres why the story to it is really good it is a fun game to play but it can get tricky on the way but that makes it more fun to play the voice over actors are good in the game the way the characters look is good and same with the villains. So i'm sure that you will not be disappointed with scooby doo night of 100 frights. So make sure that you rent or buy scooby night of 100 frights because it is a good scooby doo game and you will have a great time playing it.

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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful:

An amusing, light-hearted game.

Author: willywants
16 July 2004

Rented this for gamecube the other day. I must admit, it was a lot of fun to play. The gameplay is pretty easy (Despite the fact it takes scooby several seconds to stop after you give the command), the graphics are nice (with the exception of the "Movie" scenes), and the voice acting is usually reasonably good as well. There ARE lots of monsters, some being quite lame (The scare crows stirred up nothing but hilarity), but some can be pretty cool, like the giant, yellow, one-eyed thing and all the giant venus flytraps. A nice, fun, light-hearted romp. A very innofensive and tame game, fun to play on a rainy day. My rating for "Scooby-Doo: Night of 100 Frights"--7/10

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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful:

An easy, relaxed game

8/10
Author: Shawn Watson from The Penumbra
24 July 2004

For those of you who are tired of games that are prone to inducing epileptic seizures then Scooby Doo!: Night of 100 Frights is the kind of simple game you should get into.

The story has Shaggy, Fred, Daphne and Velma get kidnapped by The Mastermind (Tim Curry, in his second outing as a Scooby Doo baddie) and Scooby must rescue them from a spooky mansion.

Not the most imaginative of plots but it's loads of fun playing Scooby. The levels are kind of easy at first but complicate, only slightly, soon after the first power up. You get infinite lives so if there is a certain level you get stuck at, you can try again and again until you get it right.

The opening cut-scene has very bad graphics but the graphics of the actual game are nice and colorful. The music is pleasant enough but it gets slightly annoying after a while.

Definitely a game for children of 5 years and up (um...adults too) as the puzzles are not too heavy and the gameplay is light and easy. Worth the money for sure. The only bad part of the game is the inability to control the viewpoint. Many lives are lost because you cannot see where Scooby is jumping to. It's a minor complaint of an otherwise cool game.

Graphics B Sound B Gameplay B Lasting Appeal B+

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Fun for any Scooby Doo fan

8/10
Author: TheLittleSongbird from United Kingdom
2 August 2013

Scooby Doo: Night of 100 Frights is a very good, fun game, something that any fan of Scooby Doo(count me as one) will like. There are a few instances where the graphics are a little too dark and robotic and some of the commands take time to act upon. However, most of the graphics are colourful with some nice atmospheric dark colours, and the haunted house setting, a familiar setting for Scooby Doo, is a perfect one. The music is nicely composed and has parts that you will remember, of course you'll have to decide for yourself as to whether that's a good thing or not. The dialogue takes a simple tone without being too childish and is easy to understand, any Scooby Doo fan will appreciate the efforts to make it true to the writing style of what we are used to hearing with Scooby Doo. The story again is simple and very Scooby Doo, it makes great use of the setting and is engrossing. The game-play, which serves the story very well though with its slow and robotic moments, is a large part of the fun too, the tasks are inventive with some familiar characters and references that are great to spot and it's not too heavy and challenging or simplistic. The characters are hugely engaging, only the scarecrows weren't quite so much, and the voice acting from all involved is very good, Mystery Inc are all voiced with enthusiasm and a great dynamic and while Tim Curry has done better voice overs he still throws himself wonderfully into a suave, commanding yet menacing character he's perfect for. In conclusion, good fun if not quite as good as the rating here at the moment. Scooby Doo fans and fans of video games will find much to like. 8/10 Bethany Cox

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Fun game, not sure how it gets an 8.1 though.

6/10
Author: Ashley Prettyglimmer
27 July 2013

This is a fun Scooby Doo game similar to the other ones, however it isn't my absolute favorite. Full of challenging levels, unexpected plot twists, and plenty of power ups and more to find, this game is entertaining.

However, some flaws would include the graphics being too dark, a lot of confusion on where to go, and especially not being able to change the camera angle.

It's odd to me how it gets an 8.1 though, I supposed it's because this site is more for movies and not for games, so the ratings can become odd.

Other than that, it's a fun game and I enjoy playing it.

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