Fun classic!

User Rating: 10 | Ed, Edd n Eddy: The Mis-Edventures PS2
I am a huge fan of Ed, Edd, n' Eddy. This game is great. The characters are still funny and cool like in the show. The cutscenes are really cool cartoon cutscenes. And the graphics are cool looking, so you feel like your playing an episode of the show. The graphics are good, but if you compare them to other cel-shaded games(The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker for example), it doesn't look good. It runs on the Havok physics engine. Things will fly all over the place, and some puzzles require you to use the engine(like throwing balls at garbage cans). Enemies do get repitive. All you see is things like rats most of time. Audio is very good. Voiceovers are from the show, and sound great. The music, script writing, and sound effects are also very, very good. Just like the show. The gameplay is very similar to Ed, Edd, n' Eddy: Jawbreakers! on the GBA. You switch characters to solve diffrent puzzles. Each character has his own ability. Ed has an attack called Rammer-Ed, which makes Ed defeat enemies more easier, and make him go faster and destroy objects. He can also pick up objects and throw them. Edd uses a move call Trampa-Edd, which can make Edd jump to higher places or long distances, and can attack enemies or objects from above. He also has a slingshot which you can go into 1st person mode and shoot things. Eddy uses Tower of Eddy, which is used for stealth objectives and to grab things from high places. He can also throw stink water balloons to defeat enemies. The puzzles are unigue and fun. For example, when you have to race Kevin, you use Rammer-Ed to race him, and have to dodge broken parts of the track. The biggest complaint is once you complete the game, there isn't much reason to go back and play it again. There's some cool unlockables like costumes and music videos featuring the Eds. But once you unlock everything, not much reason to play it again. The levels are really fun, so you might play them again. The game cost $30(or $20 if you buy the PC version, or less depending on where you get or if you get it used). I recommend this game.