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|Picture = <tabber>|-|NA Cover = [[File:SpongeBob-_Battle_for_Bikini_Bottom_Cover.jpg|330px]]|-|EU/AU Cover = [[File:20200429 194936.png|330px]]|-|Rehydrated = [[File:SBBFBB PS4 USCA.png|330px]]</tabber>
 
|Picture = <tabber>|-|NA Cover = [[File:SpongeBob-_Battle_for_Bikini_Bottom_Cover.jpg|330px]]|-|EU/AU Cover = [[File:20200429 194936.png|330px]]|-|Rehydrated = [[File:SBBFBB PS4 USCA.png|330px]]</tabber>
 
|Quote = "Great Barrier Reef!"
 
|Quote = "Great Barrier Reef!"
|Genre = Action-adventure<br>Platformer<br>Sandbox
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|Genre = Action<br>Adventure<br>Platformer<br>Sandbox
|Platforms = Original<br><small>[[PlayStation 2]]<br>[[Xbox]]<br>[[Nintendo GameCube]]<br>Microsoft Windows<br>[[Game Boy Advance]]</small><br>Rehydrated<br><small>[[Xbox One]]<br>[[Nintendo Switch]]<br>[[PlayStation 4]]<br>Microsoft Windows<br/>[[mh:crappygames:Google Stadia]]<br>Apple iOS<br>Android</small>
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|Platforms = Original<br><small>[[PlayStation 2]]<br>[[Xbox]]<br>[[Nintendo GameCube]]<br>Microsoft Windows<br>[[Game Boy Advance]]</small><br>Rehydrated<br><small>[[Xbox One]]<br>[[Nintendo Switch]]<br>[[PlayStation 4]]<br>Microsoft Windows<br>Google Stadia<br>Apple iOS<br>Android</small>
|Release Date = Original<br><small>NA: October 31, 2003<br>EU: November 28, 2003</small><br>Walmart and Target early releases of Rehydrated<br><small>June 18, 2020</small><br>Rehydrated<br><small>June 23, 2020<br/>December 8, 2020 (Stadia)</small><br>January 21, 2021 (Mobile)</small>
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|Release Date = Original<br><small>NA: October 31, 2003<br>EU: November 28, 2003</small><br>Walmart and Target early releases of Rehydrated<br><small>June 18, 2020</small><br>Rehydrated<br><small>June 23, 2020<br>December 8, 2020 (Stadia)</small><br>January 21, 2021 (Mobile)</small>
 
|Developer = [[Heavy Iron Studios]]<br>AWE Games <small>(PC)</small><br>[[Vicarious Visions]] <small>(GBA)</small><br>Purple Lamp Studios <small>(Rehydrated)</small>
 
|Developer = [[Heavy Iron Studios]]<br>AWE Games <small>(PC)</small><br>[[Vicarious Visions]] <small>(GBA)</small><br>Purple Lamp Studios <small>(Rehydrated)</small>
 
|Publisher = [[THQ]]<br>[[THQ Nordic]] <small>(Rehydrated)</small><br>HandyGames (Mobile)</small>
 
|Publisher = [[THQ]]<br>[[THQ Nordic]] <small>(Rehydrated)</small><br>HandyGames (Mobile)</small>
 
|Franchise = ''SpongeBob SquarePants''
 
|Franchise = ''SpongeBob SquarePants''
 
|Sequel = ''[[The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie]]''
 
|Sequel = ''[[The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie]]''
|Prequel = ''{{Crappy|SpongeBob SquarePants: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman}}''
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|Prequel = [[mh:crappygames:SpongeBob SquarePants: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman]]
 
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'''''SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom''''' is a platform video game based on the ''SpongeBob SquarePants'' television series developed by [[Heavy Iron Studios]] and published by [[THQ]]. It was released in October 2003 for the [[Nintendo GameCube]], Microsoft Windows, [[PlayStation 2]], [[Xbox]] and [[Game Boy Advance]]. A remake of Heavy Iron Studios' version, titled '''''SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated''''', was released on June 23, 2020 for [[Nintendo Switch]], [[PlayStation 4]], [[Xbox One]], and Microsoft Windows. The remake was developed by Purple Lamp Studios and published by [[THQ Nordic]].
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'''''SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom''''' is a platform video game based on the ''SpongeBob SquarePants'' television series developed by [[Heavy Iron Studios]] and published by [[THQ]]. It was released in October 2003 for the [[Nintendo GameCube]], Microsoft Windows, [[PlayStation 2]], [[Xbox]] and [[Game Boy Advance]]. A remake of Heavy Iron Studios' version, titled '''''SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated''''', was released on June 23, 2020 for [[Nintendo Switch]], [[PlayStation 4]], [[Xbox One]], and Microsoft Windows. The remake was developed by Purple Lamp Studios and published by [[THQ Nordic]]. A mobile port will be released on end of January 2021, and mobile published by HandyGames.
  
 
== Why It Rocks ==
 
== Why It Rocks ==
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# SpongeBob now has appropriate expressions for his dialogue when talking to an NPC.
 
# SpongeBob now has appropriate expressions for his dialogue when talking to an NPC.
 
# Unlike the original, there's '''finally''' subtitles in the cutscenes and gameplay, which weren't in the original.
 
# Unlike the original, there's '''finally''' subtitles in the cutscenes and gameplay, which weren't in the original.
# The music, although the same as the original was stereo-enhanced with additional instruments.
 
#* Even the Spongebob SquarePants theme song is the original version.
 
  
 
== Bad Qualities ==
 
== Bad Qualities ==
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#* And even worse is that since ''Rehydrated'' uses archive audio from the actors, Joe Whyte's voice is now permanent.
 
#* And even worse is that since ''Rehydrated'' uses archive audio from the actors, Joe Whyte's voice is now permanent.
 
# While good for its time, the graphics have not aged very well (low res textures and some clipping is very obvious). The GameCube version also suffers from slight framerate drops in some areas compared to the PS2 or Xbox versions.
 
# While good for its time, the graphics have not aged very well (low res textures and some clipping is very obvious). The GameCube version also suffers from slight framerate drops in some areas compared to the PS2 or Xbox versions.
# The last level of the game, SpongeBot SteelPants, {{Crappy|Checkpoint Starvation|has no checkpoints|note=no}}, which can be grating when you have to start the battle over when you lose all your lives (indicated by pairs of SpongeBob's underwear).
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# The last level of the game, SpongeBot SteelPants, [[mh:crappygames:Checkpoint Starvation|has no checkpoints]], which can be grating when you have to start the battle over when you lose all your lives (indicated by pairs of SpongeBob's underwear).
# The {{Crappy|Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom (PC)|PC version of the game|note=no}} is a minigame collection as opposed to an action-adventure platformer, and a pretty poor-quality one at that, fortunately, Rehydrated will make it the same as the console versions.
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# The [[mh:crappygames:Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom (PC)|PC version of the game]] is a minigame collection as opposed to an action-adventure platformer, and a pretty poor-quality one at that, fortunately, Rehydrated will make it the same as the console versions.
 
# The only thing you get for beating the game 100% (collecting all 100 Golden Spatulas in the game) is the main characters singing the SpongeBob SquarePants theme song, and there isn't one where every voice actor sings the song themselves, it's just the one in the main menu.
 
# The only thing you get for beating the game 100% (collecting all 100 Golden Spatulas in the game) is the main characters singing the SpongeBob SquarePants theme song, and there isn't one where every voice actor sings the song themselves, it's just the one in the main menu.
  
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# Grinding Shiny Objects is pretty harder now, as Hans that do not trigger loading screens don't respawn tikis or robots. (Thankfully the Goo Lagoon cruise bubble grind method works fine here)
 
# Grinding Shiny Objects is pretty harder now, as Hans that do not trigger loading screens don't respawn tikis or robots. (Thankfully the Goo Lagoon cruise bubble grind method works fine here)
 
# Health does not recover when you go to a different area (triggering a loading screen), and there's a loading screen each time you die.
 
# Health does not recover when you go to a different area (triggering a loading screen), and there's a loading screen each time you die.
# The Switch version is inconsistent with its frame rate because of the weaker hardware. This also makes no sense, because Burnout Paradise and Super Mario Odyssey both run on the same hardware, and they don't experience frame rate drops and keep a constant 60FPS.
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# The Switch version is inconsistent with its frame rate because of the weaker hardware. This also makes no sense, because ''[[Burnout Paradise]]'' and ''[[Super Mario Odyssey]]'' both run on the same hardware, and they don't experience frame rate drops and keep a constant 60FPS.
# The difficulty, while okay, is toned down significantly from the original (even though it is justified since it's a kids game). The only exception is Squidward's Dream, which the difficulty is increased by 12%.
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# The difficulty, while okay, is toned down significantly from the original (even though it is justified since it's a kids' game). The only exception is Squidward's Dream, which the difficulty is increased by 12%.
 
# The special editions are overpriced as the Shiny edition is $150 while the F.U.N edition is '''''$300'''''.
 
# The special editions are overpriced as the Shiny edition is $150 while the F.U.N edition is '''''$300'''''.
# '''False Advertising:''' The remake was confirmed to have all the levels, items, and bosses that were cut from the original game, but those are just used as scenery for the multiplayer mode, instead of just re-creating the way they originally were before being scrapped from the original version, although the files are still hidden in the game, just very unfinished. This was because Nickelodeon '''''rushed''''' the development of the game to coincide with the summer season, but failed due to COVID-19.
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# '''False Advertising:''' The remake was confirmed to have all the levels, items, and bosses that were cut from the original game, but those are just used as scenery for the multiplayer mode, instead of just re-creating the way they originally were before being scrapped from the original version, although the files are still hidden in the game, just very unfinished. This was because Nickelodeon '''''rushed''''' the development of the game to coincide with the summer season specifically with the movie ''The SpongeBob movie: Sponge on the Run'', but failed due to COVID-19. And that film was delayed to Paramount +.
 
#* Due to the game's development being rushed, most of the game was included in a '''5.2 GB''' day one patch for the Switch version, and a '''''7 GB''''' day one patch for the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Also, the characters have a lot of voice lines missing and there are many glitches including the infamous two-controller map glitch that could be used to skip to any boss battle or even beat the game with only '''''one''''' spatula, a feat not possible in the original game.
 
#* Due to the game's development being rushed, most of the game was included in a '''5.2 GB''' day one patch for the Switch version, and a '''''7 GB''''' day one patch for the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Also, the characters have a lot of voice lines missing and there are many glitches including the infamous two-controller map glitch that could be used to skip to any boss battle or even beat the game with only '''''one''''' spatula, a feat not possible in the original game.
  
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The game was well-received by both critics and fans of the show and is hailed as one of the best licensed games ever made. It also sold well enough to enter the Player's Choice, Greatest Hits, and Platinum Hits categories for GameCube, PS2, and Xbox respectively. However, ''Rehydrated'' received mixed critical responses from IGN, but got very positive responses by fans of the show, and even the game itself, and SHIFT.
 
The game was well-received by both critics and fans of the show and is hailed as one of the best licensed games ever made. It also sold well enough to enter the Player's Choice, Greatest Hits, and Platinum Hits categories for GameCube, PS2, and Xbox respectively. However, ''Rehydrated'' received mixed critical responses from IGN, but got very positive responses by fans of the show, and even the game itself, and SHIFT.
  
[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ1vmwX8h2c GameSpot's review of ''Rehydrated''] is an unambiguous example of {{Crappy|Corruption in Game Journalism|dishonesty in game journalism|note=no}}. It has caused backlash from series fans and fans of the video game, even when the end product came out rushed and lacked many things THQ Nordic had promised in the first place. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20L7Z_SnmI0 The same goes for IGN], where said reviewer gave ''The Last of Us Part II'' an ''8/10''.
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ1vmwX8h2c GameSpot's review of ''Rehydrated''] is an unambiguous example of [[mh:crappygames:Corruption in Game Journalism|dishonesty in game journalism]]. It has caused backlash from series fans and fans of the video game, even when the end product came out rushed and lacked many things THQ Nordic had promised in the first place. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20L7Z_SnmI0 The same goes for IGN], where said reviewer gave ''The Last of Us Part II'' an ''8/10''.
  
 
The game garnered a strong cult following over the years and became enormously popular with speedrunners (SHIFT, mostly).
 
The game garnered a strong cult following over the years and became enormously popular with speedrunners (SHIFT, mostly).
  
 
== Trivia ==
 
== Trivia ==
# In the original battle for bikini bottom, there's a trigger which makes SpongeBob runs faster, this is a possible reference to the cut power-up that's based on the smelly sundae from Something Smells.
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# In the original Battle for Bikini Bottom, there's a trigger which makes SpongeBob runs faster, this is a possible reference to the cut power-up that's based on the smelly sundae from Something Smells.
 
# During of the idle animations in Rehydrated, SpongeBob and Patrick do their surprised animations while SpongeBob has the Mocking SpongeBob idle animation.
 
# During of the idle animations in Rehydrated, SpongeBob and Patrick do their surprised animations while SpongeBob has the Mocking SpongeBob idle animation.
 
# According to an interview with Internet personality RidersDX, A THQ Nordic producer of the game said that Battle for Bikini Bottom will get a sequel if the remake is successful.
 
# According to an interview with Internet personality RidersDX, A THQ Nordic producer of the game said that Battle for Bikini Bottom will get a sequel if the remake is successful.
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# The remake was the first ''SpongeBob'' related game to be released fellowing the death of series creator Stephen Hillenburg.
  
 
== Videos ==
 
== Videos ==
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[[Category:Mobile Games]]
 
[[Category:Mobile Games]]
 
[[Category:THQ]]
 
[[Category:THQ]]
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Latest revision as of 08:44, 24 January 2021

SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom

SpongeBob- Battle for Bikini Bottom Cover.jpg

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"Great Barrier Reef!"
Genre: Action
Adventure
Platformer
Sandbox
Platforms: Original
PlayStation 2
Xbox
Nintendo GameCube
Microsoft Windows
Game Boy Advance

Rehydrated
Xbox One
Nintendo Switch
PlayStation 4
Microsoft Windows
Google Stadia
Apple iOS
Android
Release Date: Original
NA: October 31, 2003
EU: November 28, 2003

Walmart and Target early releases of Rehydrated
June 18, 2020
Rehydrated
June 23, 2020
December 8, 2020 (Stadia)

January 21, 2021 (Mobile)
Developer: Heavy Iron Studios
AWE Games (PC)
Vicarious Visions (GBA)
Purple Lamp Studios (Rehydrated)
Publisher: THQ
THQ Nordic (Rehydrated)
HandyGames (Mobile)
Franchise: SpongeBob SquarePants
Previous Game: SpongeBob SquarePants: Revenge of the Flying Dutchman
Next Game: The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie


SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom is a platform video game based on the SpongeBob SquarePants television series developed by Heavy Iron Studios and published by THQ. It was released in October 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, Xbox and Game Boy Advance. A remake of Heavy Iron Studios' version, titled SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated, was released on June 23, 2020 for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Microsoft Windows. The remake was developed by Purple Lamp Studios and published by THQ Nordic. A mobile port will be released on end of January 2021, and mobile published by HandyGames.

Why It Rocks

Generally

  1. Humorous dialogue and great voice-acting for most of the time.
  2. Varied and coherently designed levels.
  3. Smooth controls.
  4. Lots of collectibles and rewards to unlock.
  5. Creative boss battles.
  6. Colorful graphics.
  7. Teleportation boxes can be used to cut backtracking.
  8. Three playable characters, SpongeBob himself (you can only play as him in the GBA and PC versions), Patrick Star and Sandy Cheeks.
  9. Great soundtrack.
  10. The Xbox version is the most notable for having lighter graphics, the screen freezes when you enter or exit an area, shiny objects and robots are shinier, etc.
  11. It’s the perfect use of the source material.
  12. The Realistic Fish Head announces all of the boss battles.
    • On a side note, he is referred to as Johnny in this game.
  13. Introduces new characters such as Prawn and the robots.

Rehydrated

  1. While Rehydrated may not be 100% faithful to the source material of the original, it still retains the spirit of the original game.
  2. The colorful graphics is a nice step-up to the original.
    • Even the designs of the characters like SpongeBob, Patrick, and Sandy look amazing too.
  3. The game brings a lot of unused content that was never used, including:
    • The antagonistic robotic counterpart of Squidward Tentacles.
  4. It has a red circle to tell you where an enemy projectile will land.
  5. SpongeBob now has appropriate expressions for his dialogue when talking to an NPC.
  6. Unlike the original, there's finally subtitles in the cutscenes and gameplay, which weren't in the original.

Bad Qualities

Original

  1. Mr. Krabs and Mermaid Man are both voiced by Joe Whyte instead of Clancy Brown and Ernest Borgnine respectively (as they were more than likely expensive to hire), and his performance as both of them is very poor as he barely replicates their voices.
    • And even worse is that since Rehydrated uses archive audio from the actors, Joe Whyte's voice is now permanent.
  2. While good for its time, the graphics have not aged very well (low res textures and some clipping is very obvious). The GameCube version also suffers from slight framerate drops in some areas compared to the PS2 or Xbox versions.
  3. The last level of the game, SpongeBot SteelPants, has no checkpoints, which can be grating when you have to start the battle over when you lose all your lives (indicated by pairs of SpongeBob's underwear).
  4. The PC version of the game is a minigame collection as opposed to an action-adventure platformer, and a pretty poor-quality one at that, fortunately, Rehydrated will make it the same as the console versions.
  5. The only thing you get for beating the game 100% (collecting all 100 Golden Spatulas in the game) is the main characters singing the SpongeBob SquarePants theme song, and there isn't one where every voice actor sings the song themselves, it's just the one in the main menu.

Rehydrated

  1. Grinding Shiny Objects is pretty harder now, as Hans that do not trigger loading screens don't respawn tikis or robots. (Thankfully the Goo Lagoon cruise bubble grind method works fine here)
  2. Health does not recover when you go to a different area (triggering a loading screen), and there's a loading screen each time you die.
  3. The Switch version is inconsistent with its frame rate because of the weaker hardware. This also makes no sense, because Burnout Paradise and Super Mario Odyssey both run on the same hardware, and they don't experience frame rate drops and keep a constant 60FPS.
  4. The difficulty, while okay, is toned down significantly from the original (even though it is justified since it's a kids' game). The only exception is Squidward's Dream, which the difficulty is increased by 12%.
  5. The special editions are overpriced as the Shiny edition is $150 while the F.U.N edition is $300.
  6. False Advertising: The remake was confirmed to have all the levels, items, and bosses that were cut from the original game, but those are just used as scenery for the multiplayer mode, instead of just re-creating the way they originally were before being scrapped from the original version, although the files are still hidden in the game, just very unfinished. This was because Nickelodeon rushed the development of the game to coincide with the summer season specifically with the movie The SpongeBob movie: Sponge on the Run, but failed due to COVID-19. And that film was delayed to Paramount +.
    • Due to the game's development being rushed, most of the game was included in a 5.2 GB day one patch for the Switch version, and a 7 GB day one patch for the PS4 and Xbox One versions. Also, the characters have a lot of voice lines missing and there are many glitches including the infamous two-controller map glitch that could be used to skip to any boss battle or even beat the game with only one spatula, a feat not possible in the original game.

Reception

The game was well-received by both critics and fans of the show and is hailed as one of the best licensed games ever made. It also sold well enough to enter the Player's Choice, Greatest Hits, and Platinum Hits categories for GameCube, PS2, and Xbox respectively. However, Rehydrated received mixed critical responses from IGN, but got very positive responses by fans of the show, and even the game itself, and SHIFT.

GameSpot's review of Rehydrated is an unambiguous example of dishonesty in game journalism. It has caused backlash from series fans and fans of the video game, even when the end product came out rushed and lacked many things THQ Nordic had promised in the first place. The same goes for IGN, where said reviewer gave The Last of Us Part II an 8/10.

The game garnered a strong cult following over the years and became enormously popular with speedrunners (SHIFT, mostly).

Trivia

  1. In the original Battle for Bikini Bottom, there's a trigger which makes SpongeBob runs faster, this is a possible reference to the cut power-up that's based on the smelly sundae from Something Smells.
  2. During of the idle animations in Rehydrated, SpongeBob and Patrick do their surprised animations while SpongeBob has the Mocking SpongeBob idle animation.
  3. According to an interview with Internet personality RidersDX, A THQ Nordic producer of the game said that Battle for Bikini Bottom will get a sequel if the remake is successful.
  4. The remake was the first SpongeBob related game to be released fellowing the death of series creator Stephen Hillenburg.

Videos

Comments


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Stephenfisher2001

8 months ago
Score 18
Let's face it, Battle for Bikini Bottom is a classic. :)
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
Score 8 You
I'm so hyped for the rehydrated game!
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CheckSuruWayo

7 months ago
Score 3
This is like Mario 64 but for the PS2
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Glitchedblood

7 months ago
Score 4
I'd make myself a snack... BUT THERE'S NO TIME!!!
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DarkMatterMan4500

7 months ago
Score 1
The remastered version is getting released tomorrow.
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Firemoose1

7 months ago
Score 2
I'm getting it
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AkihitoZero5454

7 months ago
Score 0

SB:Battle For The Bikini Bottom Rehydrated is getting lower critic (not user) scores than TLOU II. Journalism at its best!

Just as always. don't listen to paid reviews!
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AkihitoZero5454

7 months ago
Score 1
Oh and stay salty journalists!
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Stephenfisher2001

7 months ago
Score 0
I've heard it still got mixed, reviews from critics, and I heard that Push Square gave a game a 7/10, and Game Mania a 5/5 rating, so, there's still more to come.
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Stephenfisher2001

7 months ago
Score 0

IGN needs to learn about the faithfulness, so my reaction to the review will be:

https://i.pi...83250b09.jpg
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Glitchedblood

7 months ago
Score 0
I guy I follow on Twitter has an honest review of this game.
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Stephenfisher2001

7 months ago
Score 0
Now, it got some good reviews, I checked it on Metacritic, but the User Score isn't confirmed yet.
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Acapal8893

7 months ago
Score 0
Exactly. IGN and Gamespot aren't the best critics out there. What do you expect from one website made up of foolish amateurs and the other made up of biased killjoys.
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Stephenfisher2001

7 months ago
Score 0
So I've heard that user scores on Metacritic, critically acclaimed than what critics say, this is not a drill.-_-
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Mr. Dready

7 months ago
Score 2
Yeah we don't rely on critics.
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Victormarczak3

7 months ago
Score 2
Gamespot gave the Rehydrated version of this game a FREAKING 2 OF 10!
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Anonymous user #1

6 months ago
Score 0 You
Tell me about it.
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TheShinyLucarioMaster

7 months ago
Score 0
The game is still good Rehydrated, but I have the Switch version with inconsistent framerate. I managed to get the sock in the Sea Needle that would normally require the Cruise Bubble to get it. I got it without the Cruise Bubble.
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Glitchedblood

7 months ago
Score 0
You can get the sock with Sandy. Just like in the original
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TheShinyLucarioMaster

7 months ago
Score 0

Sandy's Dream: Fun (because of the slides)

Squidward's Dream: Tough (because of the platforming)

Mr. Krabs's Dream: Frustrating (because of the Tubular and Slick robots)

Patrick's Mind: Very easy (he gives you the spatula after talking to him without doing anything else)

Patrick's Dream: Not sure yet
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Mr. Dready

7 months ago
Score 4
This game is great, and that's why i wanna play the Rehydrated version.
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Anonymous user #1

7 months ago
Score 2 You
Do any of you guys know that SHIFT's name is in the credits of Rehydrated?
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Mr. Dready

6 months ago
Score 0
I gotta say the Re-hydrated has original music, unlike the Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD collection which had different music due to Kenji's Plagirism in the original.
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ThePCGamer

5 months ago
Score 0
I like the Box Covers of these versions XD
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Glitchedblood

5 months ago
Score 2
But SpongeBob doesn't wear his army helmet in the box art in rehydrated, even though he wears it in the flash animation for the teaser from last year.
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ThePCGamer

3 months ago
Score 0
Lol the Rehydrated version was released on my 13th birthday
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DuchessTheSponge

29 days ago
Score 1
I got the Rehydrated version of this game on Christmas 2020.
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Glitchedblood

25 days ago
Score 0
I have no idea how the Mobile port is going to run performance-wise.
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Gamingiq7890

11 days ago
Score 0
Doing pre register, idk this game was to like purchase this game cost $9.99 dollar or to rupiah Rp140.000
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ItMeansNothing

one day 16 hours 39 minutes ago
Score 0

"Well done Patrick. You're a real star heh ha ha!"

"Can I have a cookie?"

"n o"
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Glitchedblood

one day 4 hours 33 minutes ago
Score 0
The mobile version still has the Krabs Scam from unpatched versions from the console remakes.

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