Ed, Edd and Eddy have 6 scams to do in the neighborhood. While doing them, they have to watch out for Annoying Kids, Killer Animals, Killer Robots and the flirty Kan-ker sisters.
6 scams (which are levels) to do and it's bound to keep you entertained throughout the game. The Cul-de-sac is pretty neat to walk around too. It's pretty easy in the first half of the game, but later levels will get difficult. But overall, great game play. I found some glitches in the Ps2 version that just flat-out came up. 1. The A2M logo separated in a bunch of bars before it moved on to the game. 2. When you hit Kevin in the construction site, he won't say anything. 3. In the cut-scene that appears right after you give Marie Kan-ker her present in the "Nightmare on Ed Street'' level, her eye dots inside her eyeballs appear like cat eye dots. 4. The traditional Ed, Edd n Eddy theme song that plays in the pause menu sometimes won't play the theme song. 5. In the 1st outhouse on the "Ed marks the Spot'' level, you'll go right through the outhouse.
Nice 64-bit graphics. Character models and level layout design are great and well-done. Graphics are a little low resolution and don't look quite as sharp on Ps2 (although i don't mind games in low-resolution).
Music and Sound:
Music straight from the show is great and the sound effects are great as well.
Dual Shock left joystick for moving. X for jumping. Square for hitting. Triangle for Special Abilities. O for Weapon.
The PlayStation 2 version of Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Ed-ventures has some glitches, but it was also just as fun as the Game-Cube port. 7 out of 10.