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Danny Phantom is a cartoon show based on a boy who has the super power of being able to become a ghost. He uses this power to fight off the ghosts who invade the real world from a phantom type zone. Danny Phantom The Ultimate Enemy on the Gameboy Advance (GBA) has a future version of Danny Phantom who has become a bad guy, and two mysterious figures trying to alter the timeline. Danny Phantom runs around different levels fighting off the different ghosts in a Final Fight style of violent video game action.

The visuals in this game are sadly pretty bland. Most of the areas look rather repetitive. In addition lighter tones were used in the colors. There are few enemies and they are repeated in level after level, after level - the WMG thinks you get the picture (editor: pun was definitely intended). The entire action in every level is punching and kicking the different ghosts. This is broken up by special spiritual powers that Danny Phantom learns along the way. The source of these paranormal powers come from an item, thus making it occultic.

The sounds in Danny Phantom The Ultimate Enemy are also amazingly repetitive. The constant special effect sounds of hitting these intangible enemies honestly makes little sense. They do add to the wanton destruction that the ESRB deems appropriate for people of all ages. The WMG tends to disagree with the ESRB on the rating of this particular video game.

The action of this game is so boring that the WMG can see no reason whatsoever to replay this game. It may be cliched, but this is a game that should not be played in the first place. Save your money for a better game - like The Bible Game.

The real shining star in Danny Phantom The Ultimate Enemy is the controls. THQ did a decent job with the controls. Danny Phantom moves around quite nicely. The only flaw with the controls is trying to jump on the levels that have an instant death when the player falls between ledges. For some odd reason this is very difficult to perform. There is some intelligence behind the level design, but too often it is repetitive.

The WMG is not very fond of the Danny Phantom franchise, even though THQ is one of the WMG’s favorite developers. The spiritual nature of Danny Phantom The Ultimate Enemy is bothersome, along with the mindless violence. Please pass on this video game, and find a better one or two for your children.
- Working Man Gamer


Graphics: 59%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 51%
Gameplay: 60%
Family Friendly Factor: 58%
System: Gameboy Advance
Publisher: THQ
Rating: 'E' for Everyone
{Cartoon Violence}

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