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Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (PS2) £1.76 (With Voucher) + Free Delivery @ The Game Collection
Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (PS2) £1.76 (With Voucher) + Free Delivery @ The Game Collection

Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Zombie Ninja Pro-Am (PS2) £1.76 (With Voucher) + Free Delivery @ The Game Collection

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Jealousy smolders inside Master Shake like chocolate in a fondue pot. Frylock has been admitted into Jersey Pines, South Jersey's most prestigious and exclusive public golf course. And Shake was rejected. Actually, he didn't apply. He doesn't know how to play golf. But what does that matter?
He's mad and must defeat Frylock at his own game. With Meatwad as his caddy, Shake aims to crack some heads and sink some putts.

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Heat for the price, but the game is dire, nothing at all to do with the series really (bar the fact the main characters are in it).
It is a Golf game (losely), but then again, at less than £2 delivered it is worth a punt of anyones money, lol
Nice spot Andy,



Mike..

I bought it for 99p and I regret it. It is really awful.

electriclinux;6222189

I bought it for 99p and I regret it. It is really awful.



...oh dear. How do they have the nerve to release games this bad? :?

dancrawley;6226055

...oh dear. How do they have the nerve to release games this bad? :?



The thing is games this bad are usually movie tie-ins made cheaply for a massive child demographic, making a hell of a profit. I can't really imagine there are legions of ATHF fans in the UK, so how can this even be justified from that perspective? Was it made for the sole purpose of making you cry blood?

There could be legions in America I guess...

bishibashi;6226359

The thing is games this bad are usually movie tie-ins made cheaply for a … The thing is games this bad are usually movie tie-ins made cheaply for a massive child demographic, making a hell of a profit. I can't really imagine there are legions of ATHF fans in the UK, so how can this even be justified from that perspective? Was it made for the sole purpose of making you cry blood?There could be legions in America I guess...



I like your analogy - not played this game, but it does sound bad enough to make someone cry blood

Looks like this game sold about ]23,000 copies in the US in total - pretty poor sales by anyone's standards I reckon (about 20,000 more than it deserved to sell though) - but hey, at least their development costs would have been pretty minimal
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