Spongebob Squarepants The Yellow Avenger

Posted by staff | Posted in PSP Games | Posted on 30-06-2010


  • The Yellow Avenger is the first SpongeBob game for PSP that offers multiplayer support…mini-games in ad hoc connection.
  • SpongeBob gains superpowers! Utilize Mermaidman’s superhero belt as you fight The Dirty Bubble and become the hero of Bikini Bottom.
  • Utilize all the special powers of Mermaidman’s belt: Water Ball, Raging Whirlwind, Summon Sea Creatures, Super Speed and Super Strength.
  • Explore the massive world of SpongeBob SquarePants in a dense and richly-detailed 3D environment.
  • Nonlinear gameplay allows players multiple paths in order to complete main objectives.

Product Description
The Dirty Bubble has kidnapped SpongeBob’s favorite superheroes, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy! SpongeBob must fight back using the legendary powers of the Mermaid Man superhero belt and restore order in Bikini Bottom. Help him as he fights against the Dirty Bubble and his legions of evildoers.Amazon.com Product Description
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Spongebob Squarepants The Yellow Avenger

Comments posted (5)

Spongebob: Yellow Avenger (SYA) came out without me knowing, and I saw reviews on websites such as IGN. ( Which gave the game a 5.7 ) I wasn’t expecting too much out of this game, but since I have the Game Pass at Blockbuster, I rented this anyways. This is the story: The Dirty Bubble got pushed into a washer and he turned into a whole lot of small bubbles. It is up to the Yellow Avenger; A.K.A Spongebob; to capture all these buckeroos and save Bikini Bottom. Here’s my review.

Graphics: 8/10. These are some really nice cel-shaded graphics. The graphics obviously look better than the DS version of the game, and there are really nice character animations as well, so there is really no problem with the camera angles or doing anything as far as moving around is concerned.

Sound: 6.5/10. I was really dissapointed with the sound. I was expecting to hear voices from the showm but really, the only thing you hear in this game is a little music in the background and the squeaking of Spongebob’s boots. It’s not too annoying, until you have been playing the game 3 hours straight. That’s the time when you turn the volume to mute.

Control: 7.5/10. The control is fine. You can use the D-Pad ( I wouldn’t reccomend ) or the analog nub, which makes the moving a lot easier. Most of this game is just a 3D side scroller, except when you walk in places like the Krusty Krab, Spongebob’s House, Squidward’s Pad, stuff like that. Either way, the control really is not bad at all. You just side scroll left or right and basically just jump around onto platforms, and onto the citizens head’s to get the bubbles off. This can be frustrating, though, because sometimes when you jump it may delay or something, or it’s really picky as to where exactly you have to land on their head.

Fun: 7/10. Since this game is relatively short, this game is really just an excellent rental. For fans of the series, they should definitely rent this game. It is a decent amount of length for the game ( I’ve played for three hours and I’ma bout 30% thru the game, but it really depends on how fast you are at games. ) And this would be a great game for kids. The only real problems with this game is just the fact is doesn’t have character voices, which was a let down, the chores are tedious and you will have to back track a lot. Chances are, if you know where people live in the show, you will have a better chance of finding what you need. There are 9 different locations to visit around the “Spongebob World” including Residents area, the City of Bikini Bottom, Goo Lagoon, Jelly Fish Fields, Rock Bottom, Mrs. Puff’s Driving Class, and more. You can also of course interact with favorites from the show, such as Mr. Krab, Pearl Krab, Squidward, Patrick, Sandy, Mrs. Puff, Larry, and even some lesser known characters such as the “surfer dude” Scooter, and the police officer Officer Nancy. Like I said, this game is well worth a rental, but not neccesarily a buy.

Rating: 3 / 5

I rented this game for the kids at first so they could play it on MY Psp. I thought they would probably have trouble playing the game since they aren’t use to the PSP and are so young. They picked it up real quick. They are 5 and 6 years old and are able to navigate around very well. The only thing is is they need some help in reading what they are to do next. They love this game so much they don’t want to put it down. It has been a nice purchase for the summer. When Mommy has trouble getting around Bikini Bottom my kids are there to help. I love this game too. It is addicting and alot of fun.
Rating: 5 / 5

My grandson were so excited when I gave it to them. They took turns playing it and enjoy it. They feel it is very challenging. They are 7 and 8 years old.
Rating: 5 / 5

This might be good for 5 or 6 year olds, but, too babyish for my 8 year old grandson.
Rating: 1 / 5

My daughter seems to like this game. The graphics is what one could probably expect provided that the series per se are drawn rather scarcely. I doubt that this game can actually teach a child much but it’s certainly a fun to play without going through a hustle of figuring out a way to the next level. All in all, it’s a solid entertainment for 6-7 year old.
Rating: 5 / 5

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