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1. Powerpuff Girls
2. Powerpuff Him & Seek
3. Power Puff Heat Pinata

1. Powerpuff Girls
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00005MP16
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Bay Area Multimedia
Sales Rank: 1896
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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The Powerpuff Girls come to life in this cartoon fighting game that lets players take control of the adorable superheroes and fight each of the Townsville villains with stylish combat moves in 3-D environments. Arenas include Mojo Jojo's volcano lair, the Townville city dump, and Fuzzy Lumpkins's country shack. Speed and agility yield extra weapons from each arena. Players will need to collect precious vials of chemical X, restore the world's cutest heroines to their full strength, and kick the evil villains into jail. Special moves include fire laser eyes, tornado moves, and ice-breath blows. The game includes both story and simulator modes. ... Read more

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars MY 6-YEAR-OLD HATED IT, AT FIRST......
.....but when she got the hang of it, I couldn't get her to stop! This past weekend, she completed the whole game!!! Yes, the whole game! The credits came out then the screen went blank! She was sooo proud of herself :-) I'm very glad that it's not one of those impossible games to finish. Now, I'm out shopping for a new one.

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of fun!
I bought this game and I play it more than my little sister. It is so much fun. I love the Power Puff Girls. I like how you choose who you are. It is kind if hard though. I have had the game for a few months and I still have not beat it yet.

I am mad.
This was the worst game ever. When I got it, I was like "Coool!"
then after I played it I was like "Ew." I ran to my room, took my Powerpuff Poster and burned it in my fireplace. I got yelled at! My mommy didn't understand that I was truly upset. I hate the Powerpuff Girls. I met Bubbles once and she was really nice. Now I wish I could punch her.

2-0 out of 5 stars "The Death of Innocence"... or "At Least I Only Rented It"
First of all, if you are a parent of a gamer or a gamer yourself under the age of 12, I whole-heartedly recommend this game. It's amusing, the graphics are great (it employs cell-shading to brilliant effect and really looks like a cartoon) and the it's pretty simple to figure out. In fact, if you are one of the aforementioned people, go ahead and skip to the last paragraph.

Everyone else, especially grown fans of the cartoon: avoid this game. It gets one star for being interesting enough for me to finish the game and write a review, and the second for the graphics. There are a few jokes for the older set (one about saving an election by "voting with our fists" made me laugh) but mostly this game plays it super-safe. The differences between Townsville's attack by a wave of invading alien broccoli in one of my favorite episodes and this latest pickle threat are vague at best. There are various things you can unlock as the game progresses, including some fancy special moves, but you can also beat the game in about two hours by button-mashing. I think I beat the whole thing just by spinning in a circle around enemies and tapping the X button. Entire levels are beatable by just flying high over the threat, and the only difficulties come from escorting defenseless characters or racing against an excruciatingly small time limit. However, with unlimited continues and non-existent AI, the effort all but dissappears. I suppose it's also worth mentioning that the "scenes from the cartoon" are heavily marketed with the game, but players will quickly notice that these places are never more than scenery that you fly by over and over, and at no point did I see Fuzzy Lumpkins or his Country Shack, thank you very much.

At first I thought maybe it was my mistake, that this is what I get for renting a video game about a (mostly) kid's cartoon. But I've met 8 year olds who would be bored to tears by this game, and the game itself is marketed as a "fighting game". While I think kids need some catharsis in their lives, this game really is mindless in its endless punching. And the fights never really get more exciting or involve any strategy, so don't really count on a brain-cell workout. So as someone who sees no harm in letting children play-act mild violence, I thought this was so one-dimensional and repetitive that as far as catharsis goes, for any child it's either the equivalent of a punching bag (good) or sitting in a chair thinking "punchpunchpunchpunch" for as long as the gaming session lasts (slightly disturbing). I may have been a jaded and strange kid, but this game would have probably been a let down as a punching bag to me then as well.

4-0 out of 5 stars VERY COOL!!!
I just got my playstation 2 a couple of days ago and I decided to rent this game because I'm a big fan of PPG. I was really surprized at how fun this game was. But the graphics weren't all that good. The fighting moves are a little slow and its hard to keep your girl on the ground. The arrow on the top of the screen is very very helpful especially on the timed missions. So in conclusion, this is a great game and worth the money. Still, it could have had better graphics. ... Read more

2. Powerpuff Him & Seek

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Asin: B00006JC41
Catlog: Video Games
Publisher: Bay Area Multimedia
Sales Rank: 6064
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (8)

3-0 out of 5 stars Hard to play for younger children
The game is pretty good, but make sure your child has the necessary skills to play. I would recommend 8 yo or older. My 5 yo has a lot of experience with PC games, and some on the gameboy, but this game was difficult for her. BEING ABLE TO READ WELL IS A MUST FOR THIS GAME!! You can not go for 10 seconds without having to read paragraphs to be able to play and follow what you are supposed to do. Could have been more oriented for the targeted age group.

Easy for 4 year old plus some challenge!
My almost 4 year old daughter loves this game. She can make the powerpuff girls fly around to her hearts content and when they get killed off they come back pretty much right where you left off so its not frustrating for her. She isnt really old enough to follow all the instructions or do the more challenging parts but it was fun for me to help her get through those parts. It took her a short while to understand the concept of going in and out of doors...but she figured out before I did how to make them shoot lazer beams out of their eyes. The main concept of collecting scavenger hunt items is very simple and pretty much well there are things lying around that she can get with out much difficulty that make a nice noise so she feels as if she's doing well at the game.

5-0 out of 5 stars Packed with Power Puff Fun
This is a great game. Moderate in difficulty level, but with a lot of depth, plus some cool mini games embedded within. If you are a PPG fan, you'll dig this game. If you are a SERIOUS gamer with time on your hands, you may find it short.

4-0 out of 5 stars Almost as Good as Mojo Jojo A Gogo
As you may remember in my Mojo Jojo review I bought that game for my sister. The same here. My sister this time wasn't as excited about it, but i was. We can agree that It is better detailed then the first one, but it has many drawbacks. For example, you may be stuck on the huge balloon monster. You can't do anything but battle the monster until it is defeated. Another drawback is that it is confusing at times. Overall, though it is still a great game.

5-0 out of 5 stars Powerpuff Girls a Big Hit!
This was my 6 year olds first game for her gameboy. She loves it! It was an easy game to learn but still challenging for her even after playing it for a month. For a young powerpuff fan this is wonderful! ... Read more

3. Power Puff Heat Pinata

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Asin: B00005NT62
Catlog: Toy
Manufacturer: Unique Industries, Inc.
Sales Rank: 13058
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