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    1. Simpsons Talking Future Burns
    $14.98 list($39.99)
    2. Simpsons Moe's Bar Environment
    $19.88 list($49.99)
    3. The Simpsons Road Rage
    4. Monopoly Game: The Simpsons Edition
    5. Simpson Chess
    6. Magic 8 Ball: The Simpsons
    7. The Simpsons Road Rage
    $9.98 list($21.99)
    8. Simpsons World of Springfield
    $69.99 list($39.99)
    9. The Simpson's Skateboarding
    $9.98 list($29.99)
    10. Simpsons KBBL Radio Station
    11. Simpsons Clue
    12. Simpson's Maggie - 11" Posable
    13. Simpson's Edition Uno
    14. Battle of the Sexes Simpsons Board
    $16.25 list($49.99)
    15. The Simpson's Road Rage
    $9.99 list($10.99)
    16. Simpson Dominoes
    17. Simpsons World of Springfield
    $39.97 list($39.99)
    18. Simpson's Wrestling
    $33.15 list($29.99)
    19. The Simpsons
    $5.99 list($7.99)
    20. Simpsons World of Springfield

    1. Simpsons Talking Future Burns and Bobo Smithers with Environment
    list price: $24.99
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    Asin: B00009VE55
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Playmates
    Sales Rank: 2944
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (2)

    Fantastic Future!
    This is one great set in the World of Springfield line! It comes with three great figures that include Future Burns, Future Smithers, and Bobo Smithers. Future Burns is setup like a robot, with his head preserved in a glass container, and the rest of his figure a machine. Future Smithers is the head of Smithers on the body of a robot dog, complete with movable head and four legs. Bobo Smithers comes dressed as Bobo, Mr Burns beloved teddy bear, in a playful stance that actually allows the figure to keep from tipping over, despite being balanced on one leg. Something different about this set, is that the Smithers figures have the glasses glued into their heads, to prevent the tiny accessories from getting lost or damaged. The only real accesory that comes with this set is a beaten up little Bobo figure, somewhat larger than the Bobo that came with Burns Manor. The environment that comes with the set is big enough to hold the two larger figures, while Future Smither prances about. The actual set itself is purple with a yellow background of Homer being used as a slave to lead a cart of rocks. If you love the show or the toy line, this is a must have set!

    Simpsons Burns and Bobo set is a winner!!
    GREAT SET!! Super detail and cool to look at. Displays great. Nice price point of $24.99. A collector must have. ... Read more

    2. Simpsons Moe's Bar Environment
    list price: $39.99
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    Asin: B0000789S2
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Diamond Select
    Sales Rank: 3858
    Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    This is part of a series of detailed, diorama-like environments based on locations from the Simpsons television series. This Moe’s Tavern, like all the environments, is designed to interact with Simpson figures: when you stand them in various spots around the environment, thanks to the Intelli-Tronic Voice Activation System, they speak lines of dialogue. The Duff Man figure included with this environment, for example, cries out "Are you ready to get Duffed?" when you put his foot over just the right spot behind the bar. There are two other "talking points" in the bar that prompt other lines. The tavern itself is detailed, right down to the beer spout and television mounted in the corner (tuned to a channel showing that Mexican bee guy.)The Duff Man comes with cans of Duff mounted all around his belt, can move his arms up and down, swivel his neck, and grip the included mug of frosty brew. Requires 3 AA batteries (included). --David Stoesz ... Read more

    Reviews (10)

    The Best Simpsons Toy Out There (FOR ADULTS!!!)
    My husband and I LOVE the Simpsons. This show is not necessarily for kids and I don't think it is marketed for young kids. It DOES NOT promote drinking or alcoholism. If you've ever seen the episode with Duff Man featured, you'll know that Barney wasn't drinking because he was the designated driver that night. Simpsons is an intelligent cartoon for adults. Duff Man is a fun character is that off the charts. If you love Moe's, you need this toy for your collection. (Parents need to understand that just because it's a cartoon doesn't always mean it's for kids' viewing! Ex: South Park!!)

    Show the Drunkards Love Not Motherly War
    Anyone with an ounce of brain KNOWS that this collectible is NOT for children and has real arrogance to post a review shunning Moe's bar for having "adult-like" humor. If your so worried about having your child exposed to alcoholism then here's a suggestion: dont buy this product. It's not like your child, who is banned from watching the Simpson's anyway, will single-handedly go out of his/her way to get this product. If anything..Moe's bar demotes alcohol..with it's trashy/unkempt look and sarcastic remarks pointing to the nastiness of the place. You worrying babblers are not in control of society or how "open" other parents are to their children. The Simpsons and this toy are not harming society, they arent causing kids to take up drinking..they are bringing laughs to Simpsons fans and collectors everywhere. I am 13, my brother is 10, and my parents watch the Simpsons with us. We've started a new tradition of putting up the different Simpson toy environments and decorating our little Springfield with Christmas trees and lights every Christmas. It brings our family closer together..and that is of course what matters..Right?

    The Worst Toy Idea Ever!
    When I first came across this offering I thought it was a joke. What kind of person would promote this product--certainly not a parent trying to raise a responsible and thoughtful child.
    I have an idea--how about a drunk tank to put li'l Homer in after his DUI conviction, or maybe an emergency room for when he blacks out and crashes his car!

    Not helping society...
    How amazing is it that a toy promotes the humor of drinking? Nothing good ever comes from alcohol, and that message is not being made by such a toy. I used to enjoy the Simpson's but I would NEVER allow my child to watch it, partly because of the Bar scenes and poor examples elsewhere in its humor. Kids are not capable of viewing that humor and NOT seeing it as a role model for what to do in life, and we ALL (whether we have kids or not) need to take responsbility in this realiziation.
    Now, a play action toy comes out and some think it is OK because it wasn't really MEANT for children, yet there is an age 5 and up clearance on it. We need to tell our children to avoid alcohol and all associated with frequenting the bar scene, not market kids and TRAIN them to act out the worst of our society. In my opinion, only a poor parent would buy such a toy for a child. Hey kids..."" ARE YOU READY TO GET DUFFED??!!""

    Not marketed to kids.
    To the person who was horrified beyond reason that this was marketed to kids, I would like to point out that this playset was not sold to standard toy store retail outlets but was originally released by Playmates as an exclusive to Diamond Select. Diamond Select is a comic distribution outfit that primarily supplies comic book stores and other outlets that primarily target an adult audience.
    Playmates did this to avoid kneejerk reactions of purient minds who might beleive that a bar playset should not exist. Come on! It's Moe's Bar, a very frequently used locale from one of the best cartoon shows ever. Collectors have been DYING to get their hands on this! Playmates' fear of reactions like yours are exactly why this almost didn't get release and why this playset costs so much. This same sort of close minded attitude about toys/collectibles is why we'll never see a Balrog figure from the Lord of the Rings movies. I'd like to recommend the Care Bears and My Little Pony playsets for you, instead of looking at a cutting edge license like The Simpsons.
    As for why Toys R Us is now carrying this item, I don't know why Diamond Select would basically backstab Playmates original intentions by turning around and selling their specialty store exclusive to a regular family oriented toy store. Nice going guys! ... Read more

    3. The Simpsons Road Rage
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00005NN5A
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Sales Rank: 553
    Average Customer Review: 4.03 out of 5 stars
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    There's road rage, and then there's road rage Simpsons style! D'oh! Mr. Burns is up to his greedy ways again. He's purchased Springfield's transit corporation and heinously jacked up the fares. Refusing to shell out for the new rates, the road rage ensues. You'll take on commuters and jam-packed back routes, all in an effort to help buy back the corporation before time runs out.

    More than 25 Simpsons characters climb behind the wheel or wander the streets begging for a ride. "Eat my shorts, dude!" Careen through timesaving shortcuts and take on terrain including hills, mountains, and forests. Wreak havoc in five Springfield neighborhoods that include landmarks such as Moe's Bar and the nuclear power plant. Busy traffic and wayward pedestrians confound your rage. However, two-wheel leans, speed starts, power slides, and other cool car physics help you release that rage.

    Multiple game modes let you go head-to-head in two-player split-screen action that challenges your opponent in a race for the next passenger, or you can steal his or her passenger midride! Complete up to 60 unique passenger deliveries in story mode, or take a leisurely Sunday drive through the fair Springfield. A bonus system lets you unlock cars and specific characters, while intuitive menus make this game easy to play. As Homer would say, "If it's hard to do, it's not worth doing!" ... Read more

    Reviews (152)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Rent, don't buy
    This game is fun, especially if you're a Simpsons' fan. Basically, you race around Springfield as one of up to 17 characters and in one of six locations, picking up people and racing to drop them off somewhere else on time, sometimes avoiding hitting other cars, sometimes trying to devastate the town to earn extra time and money. As you earn money by driving people around, you unlock the locations and characters. There are also some missions in which you basically try to run over a certain number of objects in a certain span of time. The ultimate goal is to earn a million dollars (about 100 attempts) to run Mr. Burns' nuclear buses out of business.

    The game is quite fun out of the box. Apparently, the actors recorded speech for the game and the quips are amusing (if occasionally non sequiturs). The cars are amusing and Springfield is amazingly detailed. For a fan, it's especially entertaining as it contains a lot of side references to the series that you will appreciate if you are a devotee. Those not terribly fluent in the Simpsons will still like it (you wouldn't be buying it if you didn't like the show) but won't appreciate the little details a Simpson's nutcase (like myself) will.

    However, the fun wears off rather quickly. The game is repetitive. And the victory animation is disappointing. The missions are especially poor - you figure out what path to take in order to complete the mission in the alloted time, then keep doing it over and over (and over) again until you get it right. BOR-ING!

    It might be worth buying if you really like driving games. But I would highly recommend renting before you commit...

    5-0 out of 5 stars This game rocks the house!!
    I love the Simpsons, and I've been watching the show since I was like, two years old. Well I got this game for Christmas, and for the cheap cheap price, you cant go wrong.

    There are 4 modes. Road Rage, Sunday Drive, Mission Mode, and Head to Head.

    In Road Rage mode, you can pick a Simpson to drive around town to pick up and deliver passengers, like Dr. Nick, Moe, Ralph Wiggum, Snake, and almost all of the more popular characters in the show. I think its like, 30 or something. Once you drop off a passenger, you collect a tip. You have to earn $1,000,000 to buy back the bus company from Mr. Burns, since his nuclear powered buses are a health hazard. When you earn certain amounts of money, you can unlock new characeters like Willie, Chief Wiggum or Apu, or you can earn new locations, like The Springfield Dam, or Power Plant. This is increbibly fun, and what the characters say is hilarious. I also like that you can destroy half the things in the game!!

    In Sunday Drive, you can drive around in an un-timed game. You can destroy stuff, look for shortcuts, or pick up passengers to see the fastest routes so you're ready when you play Road Rage mode.

    Mission Mode is the worst part of the game. The missions are hard and boring. You have to, in one mission, knock over 12 paper bins on the sides of the street in under a minute. It takes many times to do, and you have to wait forever for it to load between tries. Boo mission mode!

    Head to Head is awesome. Its like Road Rage mode, but you are against a friend, with no time limit. Get the passenger before your opponent does, and bring him or her to the location. But the fun kicks in when you and the oher player are driving side by side, trying to ram each other to steal the passenger!!

    So all in all, The Simpsons Road Rage, is an awesome game because of the awesome characters, awesome locations, and awesome fun.

    3-0 out of 5 stars road rage is great but could be even better

    Road rage is great fun. I have found myself playing hours and hours at a time! The game, no doubt about it, soars over more traditional and, shall we say, less chaotic racing games. The missions are fun too. It will surely stay as a favorite game for a long time. Then, there are the


    This game takes forever to load. In the missions, I find myself striving harder than ever to complete them, because if you fail, this is how it goes: Press RETRY > Wait about three minutes > Play another one and a half version, and then start again if you fail. Ditto with the actual game. I also find the Sunday Drive feature relatively pointless.

    Other than that, I love this game and will readily recommend it. Oh yeah, the Head 2 Head rocks!!!!!!!!*_-

    3-0 out of 5 stars Just an Average Video Game.
    THE SIMPSON'S ROAD RAGE starts off really fun and exciting. The premise of the game is that Mr. Burns has bought the Springfield bus transit system and it's causing more chaos in Springfield than normal. So, the citizens (led by Homer) decide to fight back and buy back the bus system. They start their own taxi service and need to raise a million dollars to buy the buses back from Burns. There are a total of six levels, five of which can be unlocked as you earn more money. Also, as you earn more money you can unlock more vehicles. Different characters drive the different vehicles. As you drive along, you can smash into lots of different things: knocking over trees, billboards, mailboxes, signs, etc. This game is great to play if you're a Simpsons fan because you get to see Springfield in much more detail than you do on the show. The negatives about the game are that it is quite repetitive and it takes an extensive long haul or a tedious intensive amount of game play (depending on how much time you have and you're gaming style) to beat the game. The sayings each character says are funny at first but after the 100th time of hearing the characters say the same thing, it becomes somewhat annoying. Also, you have to have 2 game cards to play the multiplayer mode and when you only have one game card and two people want to play, it can be aggravating. The game also has a slow load up time so that after you finish a round, it takes about 3-5 minutes before you get to play again.

    There is a mission mode on the game as well. It consists of 10 differet missions that are fairly easy to beat (I thought Grandma at the dam and Homer at Burns' mansion were the most difficult levels). If you beat all 10 levels a secret vehicle is unlocked.

    THE SIMPSONS ROAD RAGE can be a lot of fun to play. It's basically an average racing video game that's more interesting because of the characters and setting. However, it would make a nice gift for any Simpsons fan and is fun to play on a rainy day.

    These is just like the cab missions in GTA vice city
    I loved the simpsons so I played this and was broed in 5 mins.The only good thing in this game is the charcters.The graphics aren't great either. The game my look great but don't full in to the same trap I did. ... Read more

    4. Monopoly Game: The Simpsons Edition

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    Asin: B00005IX8V
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: USAopoly
    Sales Rank: 825
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Teacher Review

    Anyone can become a megamillionaire just like Mr. Burns with thiscollector's edition of Monopoly based on The Simpsons, the beloved,sometimes-controversial animated TV series. The rules of the game remain thesame, but the old Monopoly properties are now all Springfield landmarks, with anew monorail running across the game board. Players use tiny pewter game tokensof Bart, Homer, and other Springfield characters as they purchase stores,restaurants, and homes. Who wouldn't want to buy Krustylu Studios or theKwik-E-Mart? Instead of acquiring houses and hotels, players try to accumulate monorailstops and stations on their properties. Customized Chance and Community Chestcards offer additional sly references and cartoon drawings of the characters.The cultural references are up-to-the-minute, but the educational value ofplaying strategic board games remains constant. --Marcie Bovetz, mother andformer children's librarian ... Read more

    Reviews (20)

    Great, Great Fun!!!!!!
    This is by far the coolest monopoly edition to date; and i've seen them all. The attention to detail is amazing. You won't regret this buy.

    Great Monopoly Game!
    This is the best Monopoly game I've encountered. The game design is awesome! There are also custom property cards, chance cards, and community chest cards. My brother loves this Monopoly game the best. And best of all, you can collect 4 more limited edition tokens as well! This is a great game and you should buy it!

    It's okay, but ...
    This game is okay, but you need to have watched an adult cartoon television show called The Simpsons from America to understand the nuances of this game. Other people tried to explain, but their enthusiasm was not infectious, sorry.

    The Simpsons and Monopoly: Two Good Things
    The Simpsons Monopoly is a great board game for the whole family. The characters you get are Homer, Bart in a car, Santa's Little Helper, Kang or Kodos(I can't tell them apart), the statue at Springfield, and a 3-eyed fish. Where is the fish from? You can own a lot of Simpsons locations such as Krustylu Studios, Burns Manor or the Kwik-E-Mart. They do leave out other major places in Springfield such as Lard Lad Donuts or Krusty Burger. Oh well. The rules are basically the same as regular Monopoly, except they call each house a Monorail Stop. Included inside the game is the offer to get 4 more characters, if you feel you don't have enough already. The guys(and girls) you get are Mr. Burns, Otto, Marge with Maggie and Lisa. But, WHY NOT KRUSTY?!?!?!? Krusty is more important than some 3-eyed fish in maybe one episode or Otto. Grandpa would have been cool, but it doesn't matter. The game is long, it's not one of those games you feel like you can win at in 10 minutes.

    Educationally, the game does great, too. You have to give people an amount of money, so you're counting. But, education kind of lacks against durability and fun, plus to me education does not matter in a board game. Games aren't supposed to educate you. They are all about if they are fun and that the board doesn't fall apart within 15 minutes. If you look at the board closely, you can see lots of serious happenings such as a car crash or a robbery. The board is very detailed, you must have a little of math skills(when I was playing against my brother, he gave me an extra 10 bucks, but I didn't tell him) and it's fun.

    The board doesn't break, the characters don't shatter, what else could you ask for? Sure, the location cards and money do rip, but that's life. The game isn't too big, so you can carry it around on road trips or something. You shouldn't play it in the car, or a surface that shakes a lot, because even a roll of the dice can move the houses(monorail stops) onto some other location. The game might be hard for young people, maybe 5 years or under, but their mom or dad can always count out the money for them. So, all in all, this is a great game based on a great TV show. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to have a great time.

    If you buy one piece of Simpsons merchandise - make it this!
    Simpsons merchandise can sometimes be a bit disappointing (come on, you know I'm right), but this game is definitely one of the best out.

    The best thing is that it doesn't look cheap or tacky - they really went to town with the artwork and details. Every single item in this game has been modified for the Simpsons theme, right down to the collectable pewter game pieces. The properties have been substitued for those in Sprinfield - Moe's Bar, The Android's Dungeon, The Sleep Ezy Motel and even Cletus' shack are up for grabs.

    This is a really good quality game and is worth every cent. It is probabaly the best quality piece of Simpsons merchandise out at the moment. ... Read more

    5. Simpson Chess

    Asin: B00006653F
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Cardinal Industries
    Sales Rank: 4282
    Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    This colorful chess set combines the classic game of strategy and intellect with the wacky and wonderful characters that inhabit the world of the Simpsons. Packed in an attractive metal storage box, the set comes with a fold-up playing board and a complete set of playing pieces. The pieces are all durable, and can probably handle a lot of abuse and mistreatment without being damaged. As a result, fans of the show could also use the pieces as action figures or perch them on a desktop or bookshelf when they are not engaged in a battle of wills on the chessboard. With Homer and Marge Simpson as the king and queen respectively, the chess set also features Bart (bishop), Lisa (rook), and Maggie (pawn) Simpson, as well as Krusty the Clown (knight). --Chris Burns ... Read more

    Reviews (5)

    Great For A Psychologist
    This is a great game, it helps do my customers iq's. And its simpsons chess, not an ordinary chess set.

    The Simpson's play Chess?
    This is an excellent gift idea for anybody! This chess set is definitely gets an A+ for fun! Even if you're not a Simpson's fan or haven't heard much about them, this set wonderfully symbolizes the intelligence of the family. Homer is crowned with a beer in his hand while Marge stands taller than the king himself with a rose close to her chest. There is Bart as the bishop, Lisa as the rook, Krusty as the knight, and Maggie portrayed as the pawn. I am surprised, however, that Flanders was not the Bishop. Afterall, he is the holiest of people, the most spiritual to spirits, and the most faithful of all God's faithless souls!
    I was asked to rank this toy on an educational level and I gave it four stars. I did so because it is a game of chess. Simply, chess is an educational game that increases your sense of logic and reasoning. Although it is the Simpson's that we are talking about, the fact that if a person can play well with these peices without mixing them up with confusion, then I think you've accomplished something. Skill. As with any chess pieces that are represented by other characters or symbols, you obtain a good sense of awareness and strategy.
    This toy is a very fun toy and I would reccommend it to anyone, ESPECIALLY if they enjoy watching the Simpson's. It is fun to play, fun to watch, and fun to display. Friends should definitely be impressed with this chess set!

    The Best Chess Set Ever!!!
    This ia a great chess set because it shows your love for The Simpsons and Chess. It is very derable and fun to with your friends and family. I have alot of fun playing with this chess set.This is a must have for Simpsons fans like me.

    Looks great, but it's difficult to tell which piece is which
    The pieces look great, and it is a lot of fun, but it does become difficult to tell which pieces are which when actually playing chess. Bart is the Bishop, but he is holding a sword and shield, which makes me want to think he is the Knight (Krusty the Klown is the Knight).
    My board also came with 7 pawns on one side, and 3 Bishops (the other side had the usual 8 pawns and 2 Bishops), which is mildly annoying.
    Other than that, the set is well made (the pieces are sturdy, the case is metal, and the board, although its only made of cardboard, comes printed with a background of various Simpsons' characters).
    As watching The Simpsons and playing Chess are two of my favorite activities, this set was a "must have" for me. I don't play on it much, but I am glad I got it, as it looks cool!

    This Simpson chess is "Cowabunga"
    The first Simpson Chess set left a bit to be desired, although it wasn`t too bad. This one, by Cardinal Games, is far superior. My only complaint is that Bart, the bishop, isn`t taller. I know he is a child, but his base could have been at least one inch higher. Also, the painting on the bases of the Barts are a bit confusing, sometimes making you think that your Bart is the other side`s Bart. I fixed mine by gluing 3 regular checkers under the Barts and repainting the bases to lessen the confusion. While I was at it I added one checker under each of the Homers. Now I love the set! For those of you not too handy with glue and paint, don`t worry. It`s still a great set. ... Read more

    6. Magic 8 Ball: The Simpsons

    Asin: B00006C29L
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Sababa Toys
    Sales Rank: 6647
    Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (5)

    Try this
    to those who like the simspons like me the toy is great. the tv show is great how great can the toy be. the toy is different from others .It may break and the plastic may be sharp. i am willing to buy the toy but with a lower price

    this is a great holiday gift for those simpson lovers. Although i do agree with the other reviewer who says that the questions will not respond to yes or no questions like it should. Such as "Thank you come again". What these phrases do is show you the characters favorite catch phrases are such as D'oh! I'm suprised and disapointed that they didn't have ay curumba! (Bart)

    Not Very Useful
    Normally I love magic 8 balls. However this one is not very enlightening because the answers are not variants of yes or no. For example is "Mmm... Something" a positive or negative response?

    Still a favorite after all these years.
    Okay I admit it, when my kids were not looking, I had to give the ball a shake or two. I remember having the black Magic 8 ball when I was a teen back in the 80s and thinking it was way cool. So I bought this newer Red Simpsons for one of my girl, and my other daughter got a difrent Magic 8 ball. Yes they loved them. And they can not wait to take the Magic 8 balls to school to show it off. It is fun, and the answers are cooler then what I remember. So when ever I am alone and my kids are not looking, or are asleep, I have a good conversation with this toy, and they give me good and funny answers. The girls usually leave them in the living room, and every one who has come to the house gives the ball a shake. They are fun, and a bit addicting.

    New Version on Toy Classic
    With a different look and sayings, the "Magic 8 Ball: The Simpsons" is a new twist on an old classic. Instead of being black and giving simple answers like "yes" and "possibly," this version captures many of the popular sayings said by the large cast of characters from the Simpsons. From Homer Simpson's "D'Oh!" to Ned Flanders' "Okeley Dokeley," this toy gives the user over twenty catch phrases from the popular series. Although it's a great toy and sturdily made, my only problem with the toy is that it takes a while for the saying to appear on the screen. I had to shake it several times before getting anything to appears on the ball's screen. Besides this downside, the "Magic 8 Ball: The Simpsons" is a great gift for any Simpsons' fan. ... Read more

    7. The Simpsons Road Rage
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00005R5PX
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Sales Rank: 5526
    Average Customer Review: 4.06 out of 5 stars
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    The Simpsons: Road Rage blends renowned Simpsons wit and edge-of-your-seat racing action into a rip-roaring, reckless, and riotously funny arcade-style driving game. Mr. Burns is up to his greedy ways again, purchasing the Springfield Transit Corporation and jacking up the fares on public transportation. Refusing to shell out for the high rates, Springfield citizens are forced into humorous road-rage situations as they brave angry commuters, jam-packed back routes, and the challenge of making enough money to buy back the Transit Corporation before time runs out. No time for donuts, Homer. ... Read more

    Reviews (111)

    4-0 out of 5 stars SIMPSON's Road Rage, a good start for GameCube
    This is a good game to start off with on Gamecube. I just got my Gamecube and this is the first game I got. I love it. It helps that I am a Simpson's fan but I believe that everybody would like this game. Even if you just watched maybe 2 or 3 episodes. The main part of the game is Road Rage. The goal is to get 1 million $'s. It is really fun because everytime you hit a certain cash goal you win a prize, like a new character or a new starting location. The cool thing is you pick. The other cool part of this game is Mission Mode. There are 10 in all and at the end you win a certain prize(I won't ruin it for u), basically there are different missions such as knocking all of the newspaper stands down and then on the 10th mission you meet Mr.Burns himself. Personally, I like this game a lot. It does have some similarities to Crazy Taxi but in Simpson's there is actually a way to beat the game(getting 1 million $.) In Crazy Taxi there was no way to beat the game. Also, mission mode has almost nothing in common with Taxi. The Head to Head Mode(multiplayer) is also really fun. You can set the goal to 5K, 10k, or 15k. For each person you drop off you get 1k. One of the players picks the person up and tries to get the chararcter to it's destination while the other tries to follow the car and smash into it to steal the passenger. It's very cool. This game does have some bugs to work out like long loading times but it is all worth it. That's why I give it a 4. If I could have I would've put 4 and a half.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Funny for a Simpsons fan, gets old fast
    The Story: Burns has bought the transit system, and made the buses go radioactive. It's the job of the cast of the Simpsons to form a competing service and buy back the buses. No twists, no turns.
    How it Works: Pretty much, the game is simple as heck to play- not only does a big yellow hand direct you to the location you need to go, but characters you can pick up and places you need to drop people off glow, so nothing is left to smarts. All that's left up to you is the driving, which is simple as pushing a button and steering. there are 17 characters, all various simpsons characters- you start off with the family (marge, homer, lisa, bart, and grandpa) and unlock the other 12 such as barney, chief wiggum, willy, professor frink and more by hitting cash goals. each person has his/her own car, and all of them are from the simpsons (marge drives a canyonaro, lisa an elec-taurus and bart a soap box racer). there are also 5 levels to unlock, with each one having more obstacles (for example, the dam level has a place where you need to jump across the river to get to a drop off point).
    Graphics: The graphics are an OK mix of cel shading (like animation) mostly on the cars and some buildings, and for the people mostly clay-like 3D that overall, though not perfect, is acceptable in mimicing the Simpson's characters.
    Overall: Rent it for lots of fun. there's lots of new and classic dialogue, including "Hello, everybody! Hi dr. nick!" and "Go banana!" from ralph. however, if you buy it you will be disappointed by a repetitive, fairly simple game that you will beat quickly.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent fun with minor drawbacks
    The simpsons road rage was really a blast! The game allows you to drive through the enourmous levels of Evergreen Terrace, The entertainment district, springfield dam, downtown, the nuclear powerplant, and the springfield mountains, with many sights to see such as the elementary school, burns's mansion, springfield gorge, the tire fire, and many more. You can unlock 17 familiar characters such as chief wiggum, professor frink, and barney. Gameplay is fun, you drive around, picking up passengers and delivering them to their destinations before the time runs out. Two player mode is a blast as well. The one major disappointment is that this game is pretty much a total and complate copoff of crazy taxi. So I would guess that if you enjoy crazy taxi and you're a simpsons fan, this would be the game for you.

    are you even wathing the road!?
    this game is for a rednecks like me!!!!! I think it is a great game with bart,homer,apu,otto,willy,moe, and many more!!!!! this game is also for simpsons fans only becuse of what people say in the game;-)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great!
    I think that The Simpsons Road Rage is a fun, and entertaining game. Discontinuing the game would not be a good idea. ... Read more

    8. Simpsons World of Springfield Enviornment with Figure: Court Room with Judge Snyder
    list price: $21.99
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    Asin: B00007IT5V
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Playmates
    Sales Rank: 6259
    Average Customer Review: 3.25 out of 5 stars
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    Collectors of all things Simpson will snap up this playset of Judge Snyder’s court room. The set comes complete with a 5-inch figure of the judge and features Intelli-Tronic Voice Activation so when any of the 35 compatible action figures are connected, they can spew out recognizable Simpsons one-liners. This playset recites over 30 choice politically-incorrect phrases, such as Judge Snyder’s "This verdict is written on a cocktail napkin, and it still says guilty,"and "Mr. Hutz, do you know you aren’t wearing any pants?" The court room includes a removable American flag, a gavel, a Laws of Springfield, 2nd Edition text, and a cocktail napkin with a jury verdict written on it. This Simpsons interactive environment runs on three AA batteries (included) and comes with an exclusive mail-in offer for a free Be Sharp Apu figure. --Cristina Vaamonde ... Read more

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    Prospective lawyer loves it !!!!
    For me this set is great! I recommend pairing this set with the blue haired lawyer. The detailing and everything is great, Judge Snyder and the lawyer have a few lines and I plan to put my homer in the witness stand for some interesting testimony. I'm actually thinking of putting this in my office as a conversation piece.

    I reserve my judgment
    As an attorney and a loyal Simpson's fan, I had to have this one. Unfortunately, I cannot find a Lionel Hutz figure to use with it (is is still available?) and the blue haired lawyer doesn't have Lionel's delivery. The slots for Judge Snyder and the witness stand are too cramped, but the small extras you get with the set are funny (yellow pad, liquor bottle, etc.). Not bad, but could have been better.

    Wait until it's on sale
    This playset isn't as spectacular as some of the others. Judge Snyder has quite a few things to say; however, Lionel Hutz only has one line, which seems odd since he is the most popular attorney on the show. Plus it is very difficult to attach the figures to 2 of the 3 ports because the guardrail makes it too small of an area. Some of the compatible figures, like Plow King Barney and Ranier Wolfcastle, are too large and fit better in unnatural poses (turn body 180 degrees at waist) if you can get them to fit at all. I really like the WOS toys on the whole, and although amusing, this set wasn't as entertaining as some of the others.

    Lionel Hutz it a bit limited...
    i was really looking forward to this set because Lionel is one of the funniest characters in the show! However, he only says one phrase in this set "If I hear 'objection' and 'sustained' one more time, I think I'm going to scream!" While that line if funny, one is not enough. Phil Hartman was brillian and I want to hear much more from him.... though the blue haired lawyer's "drinky drinky" is hillarious. ... Read more

    9. The Simpson's Skateboarding
    list price: $39.99
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    Asin: B00005YKL1
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Sales Rank: 2825
    Average Customer Review: 2.84 out of 5 stars
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    Springfield has been converted into one giant skate park in TheSimpsons Skateboarding. Here's your opportunity to thrash on top of, under,over, and through Springfield Elementary, KrustyLu Studios, the Kwik-E-Mart, theSpringfield Gorge, Itchy and Scratchy Land, the Power Plant, and other locales.Everyone in town is jumping into the action, vying for the $99 in prize money.Each character has more than 40 moves, including unique tricks such as Bart's"In Your Dreams" move and Homer's "Stinkyfish."

    In addition to the Simpsons family, players can select other favorites such asOtto, Professor Fink, Nelson, and Krusty the Clown. Each character brings to theevent his or her own tricks, personality, and dialogue, recorded by the actualvoice talent from the TV show. The game's five modes include Freeskate, SkateFest, Trick Contest, Skillz School, and skateboard H-O-R-S-E. The more youskate, the more hidden boards, characters, and levels you unlock. TheSimpsons Skateboarding includes single, dual, and head-to-head modes. ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars It's pretty fun.
    I've never played any of the Tony Hawk games because I could care less about SkateBoarding or that genre of games. The only reason I picked it up was because it was a Simpson's title, and I'm not disappointed. Once you get used to the controls, which for all I know are standard in such games, the game's pretty fun.

    You start out the game with the basic four characters (Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa), and one environment. There are a few other characters to unlock, and around five more environments to unlock by completing levels and such.

    What can I say? The game is solid. Most of the bad reviews I've heard are basing it on previews that they've READ (thus having never played the game), or basing it on Simpson's Wrestling (again, never having played the game). Simpson's Wrestling sucked, yes. Get over it. It was a different team working on the game - it implies nothing about the quality of this game.

    Overall - if you like the Simpsons and video games in general, it's a good buy. I don't know how it stacks up against other skateboarding games, but by itself this game is worth buying.

    Don't be fooled into believing reviews of people who've never played the game, or judging this game based on Simpon's Wrestling. At leaset rent it and see for yourself.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Failed....
    The Simpsons Is A bad Ass Show And I Love It But This Game Is SO Bad Man I Cant Even Say How Bad It Is I Meen You Cant Even Move Lttle Loan Do Tricks I Meen What Do You Expect For A Simpson Game This Is About As Good As It Gets

    I Hired This Game And Played If For 5 Minutes And Got Bored And Frustrated This Game Is Pore Standed Dont Even Think About Buying It

    1-0 out of 5 stars Get your board set and get ready for a crappy game!
    The levels are teribble, ...! They are not like the simpsons at all! The physics [...]! It's too hard to play and the caracters look like polygons .... don't ever play this ... game. .... The worst skateboarding game on the PS2. Get codes if you want to win, because once you get to Sir putts-alot, your finished. the only plus is that...... well there is no plus. It stinks. That's why it has no stars, the worst review a game can get. Theres only one decent level, But it dosen't save it a star. It has none. (The ... star in the rating was only put because they made me! But really, IT deserves nothing. The score is 0!)
    +Burns level is cool


    Sorry EA, But this game is so stupid!

    This game sucks!!
    When i played this game it was so hard to complete the level it is really hard to do moves and you have hardly any time to do anything. Don't by this game or you'll be sorry!!!!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Surprise! Another crappy Simpsons game
    I have a question to ask. Why can't anyone make a good Simpsons game? Every year a new Simpsons game comes out that is either mediocore or plain awful to play. Its an injustice to the tv show really. Simpsons Skateboarding tries to mimic the success of the Tony Hawk Pro Skater series, but like so many other skateboard games, if comes up short. The music is horrible and the sound clips from the characters become repetitive and annoying pretty quickly. The graphics are so-so; some environments are okay while others are bland-looking. The character models just look...weird. Polygons don't seem to suit Homer and company. It would've seem more logical to use cel-shaded graphics because the Simpsons are a cartoon in the first place. The biggest thing I have against the game though is the controls and game physics, they just don't feel right. Your skater could be moving at full speed and can hardly get any air going off a ramp. Sometimes the animation feels choppy and the controls don't respond quick enough, which makes you mess up on your tricks very often. There has been worse skateboarding games made and there are some fun bits in Simpsons Skateboarding. But with the exsistence of the Tony Hawk games, which revolutionized the skateboaring genre, why settle for anything less? ... Read more

    10. Simpsons KBBL Radio Station
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B0000789S1
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Diamond Select
    Sales Rank: 6224
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    It is poetic in a way that these figures of Bill and Marty, the only known DJs on Springfield’s KBBL radio station, are not compatible with other Simpsons’ "intellitronic" play sets. Because in the world of the Simpsons, these two would be completely out of place anywhere but the comfort of their own wacky morning show. Figures of Bill and Marty are included here (we hesitate to call them "action figures," since they don’t appear to get much exercise or sunlight), along with a set of the KBBL studio. When the guys have been placed in their designated spots, push a button to hear wince-inducing FM radio clichés like "Well, hot dog, we have a wiener!" and "Nobody rocks like Bill & Marty on KBBL!" As delightfully clueless as Bill and Marty are, the real star is the radio station set. It includes plenty of details that are sure to thrill faithful fans, including a play list calling for Mr. Funky and the Springfieldians. --Charlie Williams ... Read more

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    Not One Of Your Better Playsets
    Sure, It's Ideal for any die-hard simpsons fan, but these interactive environments usually interact with other simpsons figures.This one does not work with any figures except for the two that it comes with

    for the price listed, why not?
    I've got just about all of the Simpson's Interactive figures but I held off on purchasing Bill and Marty until the price came down. Now that I've got them with the rest of the sets, I'm surprised that Amazon was able to keep them in stock for so long--their hillarious.

    Simpsons Disc Jockeys get their own set!
    While not a playmates product these figures have hilarious phrases and fit well with the other characters. Any Simpson's fan who works in or loves radio will appreciate this tongue in cheek set. Durability seems equal to Playmates sets. ... Read more

    11. Simpsons Clue

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    Asin: B00005YWNX
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Hasbro
    Sales Rank: 1336
    Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars
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    Okay, it's not the most complex toy that's ever been attempted. They didn't re-invent the rules of the classic murder mystery game Clue, they simply reproduced it with characters, locations, and weapons from the world of The Simpsons. But that simplicity is what makes this set so much darn fun. In this version, Mr. Burns has been found dead. Marge is now Mrs. Peacock, Homer is Mr. Green, Krusty is Colonel Mustard, Bart is Professor Plum, Lisa takes the role of Miss Scarlet, and, perhaps most delightfully, Waylon Smithers, is Mrs. White. Weapons include a poison donut and a plutonium rod, while locales include the power plant and Krustylu Studios. If all these references confuse you, well, it's still a game of Clue and a great game to play. But if these references send you off into a gleeful reverie of repeated catch phrases and favorite episode memories, then you really need this game. --John Moe ... Read more

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    Great Game For Simpsons Lovers
    I LOVE the Simpsons and therefore I LOVE this game. It's really fun for both adults and children. I've been playing Clue for years, and it was an interesting change playing Simpsons Clue. I'd recommend this game to anyone, especially those familiar with the cartoon.

    Best. Clue. Ever.
    Remember when Mr. Burns was shot and nearly killed? Well this time Mr. Burns was found dead and Chief Wiggum rounds up six suspects. The killer will not get away. You play the roll of one of the suspects and work your way on discovering, before the other players, who killed Mr. Burns, with what weapon and in what Location in Springfield.

    The board game is beautiful. The deck of cards is awesome. The yellow dice are a nice touch. And the game pieces are very cool regardless of the version you have. (1st edition - pewter; 2nd edition colorful detailed plastic.

    The Players are:
    Homer Simpson as Mr. Green
    Krusty the Clown as Colonel Mustard
    Marge Simpson as Mrs. Peacock
    Lisa Simpson as Miss Scarlet
    Bart Simpson as Professor Plum
    Waylon Smithers as Mrs. White

    The Weapons are:
    Poisoned Donut
    Plutonium Rod

    The Locations Are:
    Nuclear Power Plant
    Springfield Retirement Castle
    The Simpson House
    The Frying Dutchman
    The Andromeda's Dungeon
    Burn's Manor
    Krustylu Studios
    Barney's Bowl-A-Rama

    This game is easy to learn, easy to play and very fun. I gave the game 5 stars in educational because even though it is very simple you really have to use your brain. So if you are not used to thinking, be warned, it will hurt. I love Clue and this version just begs to be played with.

    As a game fan, a Simpson's fan and a collector I have to say if you haven't purchased this game do so. Only God knows how long this version will be available.

    A Winner!
    Great "Clue" game with a twist. The hilarious characters from "The Simpsons" are suspects to the murder of Mr.Burns(Mr.Body). Same like the orginal clue, but with different characters, like Bart as Professor Plum, Smithers as Mrs. White etc; There's different locations(a power plant,Kwik-E mart) and weapons(slingshot, poisoned donut). A fun game to play, and a great one to collect if your'e a "Simpsons" fan.

    For the Simpson's Fan!
    If you love the Simpson's, this is a great collectible to have. If you love Clue, this is quirky version to play. Either way, this is a winner. You have Lisa as Miss. Scarlett and Mr. Smithers as Mrs. White. You have rooms like the Frying Dutchman and Mr. Burns Mansion. You can choose weapons like Bart's slingshot or a plutonium rod from the nuclear factory. All in all, this makes for a fun family night.

    A New Twist to a Classic Game
    I've had this game for several years and although it doesn't get much play, due to the fact that you need at least three people to join in, it still holds all the same charm of the classic game of Clue. The most hilarious of all is Mr. Smithers as Mrs. White. The artwork alone on the game board should be enough for any Simpson's fan, however, I can assure you that this version will liven up a dull time with the family or in-laws. It amazes me that after all these years my sister still tries to cheat by looking at my notes. It also amazes me that she doesn't catch me glancing at hers.
    The game is very simple and takes only seconds to refresh the rules for everyone. And if you've played the classic version of clue to death, items like "the poisoned donut" will be sure to crack you up and make the game new for you.
    I would recommend this game to anyone who has played clue and or has a long visit with the family lined up. Leave the Monopoly in the closet it will only make everyone hate each other. This game, if played correctly (with minimal cheating), should bring you all together, or at least provide a good laugh. ... Read more

    12. Simpson's Maggie - 11" Posable Plush

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    Asin: B000092OOP
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Applause Inc.
    Sales Rank: 7372
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    13. Simpson's Edition Uno

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    Asin: B00005UC6R
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Sababa Toys
    Sales Rank: 1926
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    It's UNO...
    Yes, it is UNO, they are cards, what do you expect? They will last a while, but as they are only cardboard, not forever. A good game, though.

    Shut Up Brain, or I'll Poke You with a Q-tip
    As a fan of the Simpson's and Uno, this game was a great find. Compared to some of the other versions of Uno available, Star Trek for example, Simpson's Uno falls short. The cards feature all your favorite characters, but they only replicate the original game. The other versions offer unique twists not found with Simpson's Uno. To liven up the game, say "D'oh" every time you don't have a card. ... Read more

    14. Battle of the Sexes Simpsons Board Game

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    Asin: B000099367
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: University Games
    Sales Rank: 7913
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    Fun but WAAAAY too long
    I played this game and it started out fun, until every time each team was almost at the end, we hit a wild card and ended up at the beginning. It took us 3 hours to get just one piece across the board while we were supposed to get 2. The questions were mega hard, both men and women often didn't know the answer to their own sex's question. Of course watching the Simpsons did help a tad. Since the game was so long and tedious, we often ended up helping the other team just so we could end the game. No one took the winner very seriously as we were all too bored and each of us almost won multiple times. Only play if you have the time, cuz this could take you a while...

    I LOVE PLAYING THIS WITH MY boyfriend and brother in laws because it shows me and my sisters how well they know women ... Read more

    15. The Simpson's Road Rage
    list price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00005O628
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Electronic Arts
    Sales Rank: 1139
    Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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    There's road rage, and then there's road rage Simpsons style! "D'oh!" Monty Burns is up to his greedy ways again. He's purchased Springfield's transit corporation and heinously jacked up the fares. Refusing to shell out for the new rates, the rage ensues. You'll take on commuters and jam-packed back routes, all in an effort to help buy back the corporation before time runs out.

    More than 25 Simpsons characters climb behind the wheel or wander the streets begging for a ride. Careen through timesaving shortcuts and take on terrain including hills, mountains, and forests. Wreak havoc in five Springfield neighborhoods that include landmarks such as Moe's Bar and the nuclear power plant. Busy traffic and wayward pedestrians confound your rage. However, two-wheel leans, speed starts, power slides, and other cool car physics help you release that rage.

    Multiple game modes let you go head-to-head in two-player split-screen action that challenges your opponent in a race for the next passenger, or you can steal his or her passenger midride! Complete up to 60 unique passenger deliveries in story mode, or take a leisurely Sunday drive through the fair Springfield. A bonus system lets you unlock cars and specific characters, while intuitive menus make this game easy to play. As Homer would say, "If it's hard to do, it's not worth doing!" ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars "Simpsons" fans should get this one
    No, it's not entirely original, but if you're a fan of the long-running television series, you'll definitely enjoy"The Simpsons:Road Rage". The game is not too difficult for anyone and is often very amusing, with real voices from the show. Most of the major players are there, including Homer, Marge, Bart and Lisa, as well as Krusty The Clown, Ned Flanders, Professor Frink, Apu, and Grampa Simpson(who supplies the funniest dialogue in the game). The object is simple:You are to transport various characters to their desired destination before the clock runs out.As you accumulate cash, you can either unlock other characters, or different locations around Springfield. In the "Mission Mode" segment,a special car awaits Homer if he completes Mission 10(it's pretty odd looking, but fast). There's more to this game I have yet to see, but being a fan of the show from the beginning, I'm taking my time and enjoying the ride around Springfield. A fun game overall, a blast for Simpson-heads.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Simpsons' Road Rage
    Simpsons' Road Rage is a typical taxi car game. You first pick a player like Bart Simpson, Marge, Homer, Lisa, and etc. Then you pick up other people and drive them to their destination. That part's fun, then it gets worse. One flaw for this pretty good game is that the mission mode is unbelievabaly easy. I just picked up the controller and started mission mode and completed more than four levels! Another flaw for the Simpson's Road Rage is that the characters in this game look totally unreal and the heads look like bobbleheads. It just makes me want to punch the TV screen. Also, the mouths don't even match with the voices! Language in worse in the game than in the TV show, so don't get as a birthday present to a 5 year-old. Next time you meet them, they might just start saying "just shut up and drive." DO NOT GET IT FOR YOUNG CHILDREN! Still, this game is a little above average. Maybe you should rent the game before buying it.

    2-0 out of 5 stars They Can Do Better Than This
    I was so excited once I got The Simpsons: Road Rage. But once I started playing it, I was very dissapointed. The 3-D effects aren't very impressive, and this game is very repetitive. But if you're a true Simpsons fan, you will find the humor of The Simpsons in this game. The voices in this game match up to the voices on the show as well. But, like I said, this game is very repetitive and you will probably hear the same catchphrases over and over throughout the game.

    This game is not very challenging either, and will probably take you no more than a month to finish. And when you do finish the game, let me tell you now, the ending is not that exciting.

    A plus side to this game is that an exclusive character & vehicle comes along every holiday, which goes with the holiday. That feature is kind of cool. But, you could easily see all the characters by re-setting the calendar on your game console, and if you don't do this, you will only see the holiday character once a year.

    This is an average game that is appropriate for the whole family, but it is not a must-buy. If I were you, I wouldn't rush out and buy this video game.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very fun game
    This game is cool. The levels are insane in design, cars are well-themed. Yes it's true. This game rocks. people who don't like this game have problems. The levels are filled with many landmarks. I feel like i'm in Springfield, (Which I am.)
    The graphics are OK. Pretty cartoon. I say this game is repetive though. But it's fun to play like your driving. A great game.

    1-0 out of 5 stars It's a chore to play
    This game stinks. The graphics of the people are okay, but the rest of the world stinks. The point is to hear people say stupid things pointlessly. Then you drive them to places and they pay hundreds of dollars. The cars don't even flip over. It's extremely repetitive. Hey haven't driven you somewhere 10 times already? That's what you'll be asking yourself. You have to do the same thing over and over again and get money. Then once you have the money you pointlessly buy people or areas. The worlds are terrible, but just like the T.V. show. Don't waste your money and get excited when you buy it, just don't even bother. Don't just try my review though, look at all the others on this site. ... Read more

    16. Simpson Dominoes
    list price: $10.99
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    Asin: B000067UWV
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Cardinal Industries
    Sales Rank: 2459
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Of course, the pictures of various Simpsons characters in place of traditional dots is the main draw for these dominoes, but our favorite thing is their impressive heft. Made of heavy-duty ceramic, the dominoes make a satisfying, authoritative clack when placed on a hard surface. The set is described on the box as "super-sized" but they're really only slightly larger than standard dominoes. There are a total of 28 pieces--the standard number for most domino games--and the correct number of doublets (dominoes with the same picture on each side). The thick tin box is also a nice bonus. It's like a slimmer version of those old metal lunchboxes, but imprinted with Simpsons art and witticisms. Unfortunately, the box seems to have not been designed specifically for the dominoes, which rattle around once they have been removed from the plastic bags that hold them in place initially. Still, the set is overall, as Mr. Burns would say, "Excellent!" --David Stoesz ... Read more

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    Fun twist on Dominoes
    Playing dominoes with Simpson's characters instead of dots is a lot of fun. The pieces themselves are heavy ceramic, and feel quite durable. The pictures on the dominoes though are already starting to wear off in a few places, after a few months of use. I think this would be better kept as Simpsons memorbilia instead of a game to play. ... Read more

    17. Simpsons World of Springfield Figure: Superintendant Chalmers

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    Asin: B00005U2GH
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Playmates
    Sales Rank: 9989
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    another winner from Playmates
    Once again, Playmates has demonstrated their faithful dedication to converting 2-dimensional cartoon characters into 3-D toys that look exactly like their celluloid counterparts.

    Chalmers comes with a customized coffee mug, a telephone (which fits nicely in his hand) and a clipboard with a checklist on Principal Skinner's failings. About the only thing in the "yes" column is the "US Flag in order," but poor Skinner gets checks in the "no" column, including in the row "riot quelled?"

    Original voice for Chalmers is activated by putting him in the various Springfield environments.

    "Skinner with his crazy explanations,
    Superintendant's gonna need his medication,
    be-lieving Skinners lame exaggerations,
    there'll be trouble in town to-night"

    Super-Nintendo Chalmers rocks. He always comes out with the best put-downs for Skinner and is the perfect foil for him. My fave scenes is when he going to give Springfield Elementary a full 10/10 for the first time.

    "I'll just put the ZERO first." He says. "And now a vertical line to indicate the 1..."

    Needless to say a riot tramples before he gets to.

    The toy itself is quite fun. So far it is my first in the World of Springfield figures. Place him in certain playsets and he'll talk. The accessories that come with him are a clipboard (with a bad ratings checklist on it), a phone and a personalized mug. They all fit in his hands and he is pose-able. Not only this but he is quite sturdy. The Movie Maniac series of toys tend to break easily but there is not way this guy will.

    Have fun, with Chalmers and the rest. ... Read more

    18. Simpson's Wrestling
    list price: $39.99
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    Asin: B00005BIGC
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: Activision
    Sales Rank: 4560
    Average Customer Review: 2.86 out of 5 stars
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    The Simpsons Wrestling is an all-out, humorous 3-D wrestling/fighting game featuring the characters and locations of the popular TV satire The Simpsons. Players take on the identity of their favorite Simpsons characters as they battle their way to the ultimate title--Champion of Springfield. The game emphasizes wacky physical and verbal comedy within familiar, graphically detailed venues throughout Springfield. ... Read more

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Good fun that needs work
    Graphics: 8/10 - Good character designs, pictures, backgrounds and sets. Satisfying and not too blocky. One of the only areas this game fully, hard-out excels in is its bloody good graphics.

    Sound: 8/10 - Great character voices as usual and some characters have neat tools like bangers or stakes which allow the sound to get carried away with a fabulous calmness.

    Value: 6/10 - Not worth playing unless your getting sick of the WWF games or Crash Bash. Fun stuff, but not for everyone. I would only buy it for a under-$50 price.

    Overall: 7/10 - Fun to play with a lot of people. It's is awesome to see those memorable Simpsons characters in fist-action, but this still has some things it needs to work on. I think Simpsons Wrestling needs more modes and some better designs. Still, it is good fun.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Insanity Ensues!
    This game is a LOT of fun. If you're expecting a hardcore Wrestling game, this isn't it. It's more of an action/fighting game, somewhat like Power Stones or even Super Smash Brothers. Plus it's got the WHOLE cast of the Simpsons doing the voices, and some of the lines are simply hilarious. I find myself restarting matches just to hear the random dialogue lines at the beginning.

    There's a decent number of moves, with grapples, off-the-rope moves, jumping attacks, in addition to the 'standard' attacks. Each attack has a 'modifier' button, so that if you're in the ropes, you hit either Square, Triangle or Circle (for low-medium-high) to get an increasingly deadly move. Same can be said for jumping attacks, and grappling attacks too. Also, you can use the Square/Tri/Circ alone to get different moves - and some of those are really REALLY funny. The 'circle' moves are different for each character, so that the characters do entirely different things: Bumblebee Man drops his chihuahua that chases you, Frink drops a gadget that pops open to make a landmine, toy exploding robot or flying missile - and it's a blast. Especially fun for 2-player action.

    Go get it!

    terrible game
    this game is stupid whatever you do don't buythis game it sucks!!!!!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Terrible wrestling, terrible Simpsons
    Not even a good Simpsons game. The characters can walk through the ropes, the physics are horrible and your not even sure if your playing Bart or Lisa, even with the squeeky, hard to distinguish voices. Not worth the disc it's made on. Even for the most diehard Simpsons fan. It's makes you sick.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Daddy's Soul Donut
    What do you get when you put the cast of "The Simpsons" in a wrestling ring?


    "Simpson's Wrestling" (PlayStation) is a welcome addition to the crowded line of wrestling video games. What sets this game apart from the rest is the inventive moves and weapons, and witty commentary by the show's actual voice actors.

    Even if you've upgraded to the PlayStation 2, this is still a fun game to play with your friends. The only shortcoming is that's not a very entertaining one-player game, but I suppose that's true with most sports video games.

    Tired of boring old head-locks and Full Nelsons? Well, this is the game for you. Just wait until you take a beating from Groundskeeper Willie's swinging rake. Or see what happens when you catch a whiff of Barney's beer-drenched burp. The most devastating move is Homer's spinning fists of fury - get tagged by one of these babies and you're in a world of hurt.

    So, if you're longing for the days of Nintendo's "Pro Wrestling", and Starman's sweet summersault head-kick, you should add "Simpson's Wrestling" to your collection today! ... Read more

    19. The Simpsons
    list price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00004U4QI
    Catlog: Video Games
    Publisher: THQ
    Sales Rank: 7469
    Average Customer Review: 3.44 out of 5 stars
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    The Simpsons: Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror is based on the long-running TV series' tradition of special Halloween-themed episodes. The individual souls of this nuclear family are trapped high in Bart's tree house, so you'll need to guide each of the Simpsons through various Springfield locations while battling possessed characters Mr. Burns, Principal Skinner, Moe the bartender, and others. Reunite Bart, Maggie, Lisa, Homer, and Marge with their respective souls at the base of the tree house, and you will be rewarded with a bonus level starring "King Homer." ... Read more

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    5-0 out of 5 stars If you like the simpsons, you'll like this
    This is a good game. Sure the graphics are not all 100% perfect but it is good for a gameboy color console. Some of the levels are hard but once you get used to them, you'll have fun. The game is mainly based on Simpson's Holloween special episodes like the episode where Mr. Burns is a Vampire, in this game Homer has to find him and kill him. Note if you want a little chuckle or a little laugh in that level,you don't press anything and wait, and a few seconds later you see Homer either yawning or scratching his bu[m]. I really like Marge's level where she goes around Springfield with a bazooka and shoots zhombies. Also I really like it when you go through a puddle in that level and then when you shoot, 3 instead of 1 bazooka bullets come out.
    Believe me, This is a good game!!!!!!!!!

    The Simpsons Rock
    This is a really cool game that is based on The Simpsons Halloween episodes.there are 8 levels and in each one you are a different Simpsons charactor.In the 1st level you are Bart and your in a haunted house looking for Santas Little Helper.The second has Maggie in the body of a fly.You have to get her to the transporter which will make her a baby again.Its very easy.Then you Marge and you have to kill zombies with a be be gun. its very very hard.In the next your Homer and your in Vampire Burns(Mr. Burns) castle. Its pretty hard.Then you are a Homer-Robot searching for your body parts.its not very hard at all.In the 7th level Lisa walks through the school freeing kids that are to be eaten by teachers. pretty easy.Finally, in the last level your are King Homer(King Kong) and you battle planes and tanks looking for Marge.I hope you enjoy the game.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Dunno why, but this game scared me...
    Poor graphics. It's scarily similar to the SUPER-CRAPPY Powerpuff Girls GBC games. It also scared me somehow, in a nightmarish way.
    Don't buy it. It ain't worth the money.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Good game
    THQ's latest Game Boy Color release, The Simpsons: Night of the Living Tree House of Horror, is seven levels of spooky action ripped straight out of a decade's worth of Halloween specials. The family's souls are trapped in Bart's tree house, and the only way to save them is to guide Bart, Maggie, Lisa, Homer, and Marge safely through each of his or her own uniquely nightmarish scenarios. As can be expected from a TV license, this particular Simpsons product is an action game. However, unlike the usual fare of repetitious platform-jumping rehashes, Night of the Living Tree House of Horror packs seven different side scrollers into a single game. Each level borrows its name from a specific Halloween episode and has its own unique gameplay gimmick. In the first scenario, Bad Dream House, Bart must explore each room of the Simpsons' house, vanquish haunted creatures with his slingshot, leap across sludge pits, and collect enough keys to save the family dog from a demonic broom. Level two, Maggie-Fly, sends you soaring through the air as a fly-mutated Maggie and tasks you to navigate her safely across a bug-infested kitchen. Things really heat up in level three, Plan 9 from Outer Springfield, a top-down shoot-'em-up starring family mom, Marge Simpson. Presented in a style reminiscent of Konami's Zombies Ate My Neighbors, Marge is a bubble-blaster-packing zombie hunter who'll have to get through hordes of possessed Springfield denizens and zombie versions of Apu, Moe, Mayor Quimby, and Krusty if she wants to make it home safely. Later levels cast Homer as a vampire hunter in a Castlevania-style mansion romp, a Homer robot as a toxic-waste purifier with a heart, Lisa as a Solid Snake-inspired operative in a stealthy school rescue, and the apelike King Homer in a Rampage-style wrecking frenzy. Each level in The Simpsons: Night of the Living Tree House of Horror is a game unto itself, which makes for a rather pleasing and varied experience. Surprisingly, though, each scenario is also a nice example of the particular genre it lampoons. Bart's initial jump-happy scenario lends a nod to Nintendo's Super Mario Bros., while other levels pay glowing tribute to Sega, Konami, and Atari releases such as Kolibri, Castlevania, Metal Gear Solid, Zombies Ate My Neighbors, and Rampage. The game is not entirely free of flaws, however. The game uses an unwieldy password system, making it unnecessarily tedious to continue a game. The game itself is incredibly short and can be completed in less than three hours. Also, nonhuman enemy sprites are limited to poorly animated spiders and bees, which makes them jarringly out of place when compared with the rest of the game's sprites. Despite a few ugly spiders, the majority of the action in The Simpsons: Night of the Living Tree House of Horror is colorfully drawn, highly detailed, and smoothly animated. Bart, Maggie, Lisa, and the rest of the family all have their own trademark body characteristics, as well as at-rest animations that include Bart's patent shrug and Maggie's clumsy pacifier drop. The rest of the Springfield menagerie is present as well. Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Monty Burns, Waylon Smithers, Groundskeeper Willy, Principal Skinner, and a whole host of recognizable characters gives the game the kind of satisfaction that only familiarity with a phenomenon can offer. The Simpsons' house, the Burns' mansion, and the Springfield streets are also re-created as well as can be expected on a 3-inch color screen.
    Don't let the standard GBC MIDI fool you either--this Simpsons game sounds good too. Although there aren't any Bart speech samples or Homerisms, Night of the Living Tree House of Horror is deep with a wide array of series-inspired sound effects and music. It's no Mario Advance, but Simpsons fans will smirk with glee when hearing the Simpsons theme twisted asunder in a dark horror re-creation of itself. Re-creation is exactly what The Simpsons: Night of the Living Tree House of Horror is all about. No matter how you pronounce it, THQ has managed to re-create a decade of Halloween specials into a single GBC game that's bound to give series fans hours of recreation.

    I don't know how long I've owned this game but, I think it's been a really long time, there's 7 levels of non-stop fun, the levels get harder and harder, but, I have a book that will let me go to any level, well anyways I'm glad they made this game it's really fun well bye!!!!!!!:) ... Read more

    20. Simpsons World of Springfield Figure Series 12: Database
    list price: $7.99
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    Asin: B00008DP2R
    Catlog: Toy
    Manufacturer: Playmates
    Sales Rank: 10482
    Average Customer Review: 2 out of 5 stars
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    not up to par with the other Simpsons characters
    Database is the consumate computer/math nerd. He comes with a flute, a tray of food and a stack of text books. He has his little red-framed glasses perched on the tip of his nose and when plugged into the different Springfield environments, he spews his nerdy quips such as "We're very proud to make you a member of our very select group."

    In the series, Database doesn't get much screen time... but he's clearly larger than most of his classmates - perhaps a little less bulky than Nelson, but definitely taller than most of the other kids. In action figure form, however, he's smaller than Bart!

    He is typically drawn with his shirt-tail or pocket hanging out over his trousers - but this corner of fabric is painted the same as his pants, and the edge of his pants is a sharp ridge around his middle - definitely not in the same category of realism (if that's the right word) that the other Playmates Simpsons characters enjoy.

    Only for the die-hard collector who "must" have every single character to complete their collection.

    this figure made me stop collecting
    i used to collect every figure in the series. i woke up from my collecting craze when i saw they were making this figure. database is one of the lesser known characters on the show, and rarely gets any lines. that is, of course, until his action figure was announced. then he was featured more and more in the show, with stupid 1 liners. did they write him in just to plug his action figure? maybe. all i know is, the episodes as well as the toy line have been suffering lately. i'm not going to shell out $7 when they're not supplying anything worth buying. from now on, i'll only get a simpsons figure if i REALLY like the figure and the character. and even then i might not do it.

    (by the way, i didnt buy this figure. i've just seen it piled on the shelves at the toy stores.)

    I agree...!
    ...I was talking with my brother about how small it was when I got it. So I guess alot of people think what I do. Database is supposed to be a big kid. And I want them to make Jay Sherman too! The Critic was a great show, He could be a celebrity figure. Since Jon Lovitz is the voice and they already have a celebrity one for him. Thanks

    "Honey, they shrunk Database!!!"
    First off... I love the Simpsons figures! They are an amazing line of well crafted and extremely well designed set of action figures! Lots of attention to details. Which is why this one figure in the line is so strange!!! On the Simpsons TV show, Database is one of the larger children in Bart's and Lisa's circle of friends. But for some reason, this figures is not only smaller than almost all the other children (he is still bigger than Maggie) but he is also disproportionate to the rest! It's like he is a large "toy" for the other toys to play with. Weird!! Playmates dropped the ball with this one, but I forgive them! Or at least I would if they would make a Jay Sherman Simpsons figure! ... Read more

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