According to ESRB, this game contains: Comic Mischief

Parents need look no farther for a game appropriate for their younger children. Not only is Scooby-Doo easy to play and legitimately funny, the only violence it contains is of the cartoonishly inoffensive variety. Oh, and don't worry, despite what stand-up comics will tell you, there is no drug subtext to be found here. As a matter of fact, the game teaches us that Scooby Snacks are Butterscotch-flavored.

Fans of Scooby-Doo really have no excuse for not buying this game. Seriously. If you call yourself a fan of the show, and you're reading this, and you haven't bought the game yet, you better turn off your computer and run out and get it. Now.

Players worried about replayability should give this game a look—like all the better 3D platformers, the game is overflowing with tokens that must be tracked down to unlock an extensive rogues gallery and concept art section.

Daniel Weissenberger

Daniel Weissenberger

What can you say about a twenty-five-year-old girl who died?

Nothing relevant to this conversation, that's for sure! Because we're here to talk about (sorry, write and read about, respectively) GC_Danny, who's updating this profile for the first time in thirteen years!

So let's take a gander back at that time and see what's happened! In addition to writing hundreds of video game reviews, Dan produced a book that can be legally purchased by almost anyone! He also wrote two short films, two episodes of television, and two movies! Although, sadly, and through much fault of his own, the movies have yet to be released.

In addition to general game reviewing, he's also dabbled in more long-form work, writing some of the longest and most comprehensive game reviews of all time. Then there's his non-GameCritics blogging, where he's famous as the world's foremost expert on the TV show Criminal Minds, as well as the co-host of a weekly podcast - he's even working on a new videogame/critical experiment, which you can find out more about here!

If all that wasn't enough, just a few months ago he rebranded himself as 'The Hidden Object Guru', hoping to stake another claim of ultimate expertise, this time over a genre of casual games! Will he be successful? Only time will tell, but you're free to join the thrilling ride at his YouTube channel!
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