So Scribblenauts Unmasked releases tomorrow and this is the first post? Last Scribblenauts had a quick look and interviews way before release. Is this not an anticipated game?
I don't get the appeal of these games. I can see a kid getting excited over figuring out how many different things they can type in to get the same result, but I think most grownups would just stick to "jetpack" over and over, or whatever works. "Superman" over and over in this one.
Edit: To be clear, ain't nothing wrong with being a kids game, but I feel like Scribblenauts wants you to think it's good for everyone, not just kids.
As mentioned above, it's the same game they released a dozen times over only now they legally have DC comic characters in it. Whoop de fucking do!
I need a new reason to care. I'll give it a whirl one day... but I've played Scribblenauts enough for a while.
I've been putzing around with it... it's better than I expected, with more story-based puzzles and cutscenes, but it's still very Scribblenauts for whatever that may mean to you. To be fair, though, it does penalize repeated words and "easy way out" solutions, which is cool for those of us who can't help solving everything with Cthulu.
Also, I immediately tried Dogwelder and The Defenestrator... no dice. :( Really takes the wind out of your sails when you stump the game right off the bat.
Well I purchased it via Steam and am having a great time. They have randomized the worlds other than the story events so there is something new to do each time you re-visit a place. The bat computer shows you all the characters so you do not need to be an comic geek to enjoy it. It is one of the few games in my collection that I can enjoy with my nephew. Now id they would just merge Scribblenauts with GTA 5 (Type: Trever -> Adjective -> Stable).
I'll get this game only if it has Ambush Bug, the greatest DC Universe Villian ever.
According to this preview article it does: