Dexter's Laboratory: Deesaster Strikes!
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Why It Sucks
- Stiff controls for a Game Boy Advance game.
- On the older version of this said game, there were multiple glitches, such as the part where you lose your wrench in the last level where you have to repair the sink in order to advance to fix a machine, and going through walls.
- Ugly and horrendous sound effects.
- Mediocre graphics like other Virtucraft games, such as Croc, and Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge.
- Abysmal enemies that are comparable to Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage. Examples would include robots attacking you from left to right.
- Dee Dee is very hard to catch as she runs very fast, and she will often get stuck in mid-air.
- And speaking of Dee Dee, after you capture exactly 124 clones of her, and after all 42 machines are repaired, Dee Dee turns back to normal, and the ending is just bland at best. It's not AS bad as other Virtucraft games out there, but then again, that is to be expected from a Cartoon Network game.
- For some reason, this game doesn't give you the tutorials at the beginning of the game, but instead there is a mode for such a thing on the main menu, which doesn't really make any difference whatsoever.
- At the very least this game has some decent music, such as the introduction music.
- Unlike Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage, this game is at least playable.