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Adventure Time Season Three

 

 

SCORE: 70

Adventure Time Season Three 

 

Adventure Time Season Three displays this show is simple at times, and very complex at others. A young man of the age of thirteen is stuck between two worlds. One is the more adult world of dating, and having a girlfriend. The other is just having fun as a boy.

The friendship between Jake and Finn is a common thread in Adventure Time Season Three. Princess Bumblegum, and Ice King make routine appearances in Adventure Time Season Three. The whole gender reversal episode in Adventure Time Season Three is strange.

Adventure Time Season Three contains plenty of adventures. Which means magic, violence, deaths, fake deaths, ghosts, vampires, people being frozen and more. Characters in Adventure Time Season Three play some really mean pranks on one another here and there.

Nothing is as it ever seems in Adventure Time Season Three. From the death dream to the Ice King's past. Which coincidentally was an odd way of bringing up Christmas. I suppose it allowed the show an easy way to avoid the birth of Christ. At least Adventure Time Season Three does not claim to show the true meaning of Christmas.

There are twenty six episodes in Adventure Time Season Three. It takes around 286 minutes to watch the entire season. There is commentary on each and every single episode. As well as an alternate Adventure Time intro, and how an idea becomes adventure time. Those bonus features take more time than watching the show - mainly because the commentaries are on every episode.

Adventure Time Season Three has some odd beliefs in it. Especially when it comes to death. Parents will want to address the beliefs in Adventure Time Season Three, and compare them to reality. To me Adventure Time Season Three is a show for teenagers.

One thing I really like about Adventure Time Season Three is it does not always follow standard television protocols. Sometimes characters die at the end of a show. It is not carried over to the next show. Other times Adventure Time Season Three had me guessing from beginning to end. There were many instances in watching Adventure Time Season Three where I thought: "don't do this." And of course the character would go and do it. It is like they are lacking wisdom in their decision making.
- Paul

 

Graphics: 61%
Sound: 71%
Replay/Extras: 84%
Gameplay: 78%
Family Friendly Factor: 58%

System: Blu-ray
Publisher: Cartoon Network
Developer: Pendleton Ward
Rating: ‘TV-PG’ - This program contains material that parents may find unsuitable for younger children under the age of 10
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