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16/09/2011 Specialist Reporting Gamer News
Guest author: Amber Gilmore
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Punch Time Explosion 3DS

Punch Time Explosion

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3DS

Genre:
Platforming

Style:
Competitive

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Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion 3DS will let you pit favourite characters against each other in arena brawls.

Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion is a crossover fighting game inspired by Smash Bros. Brawl. It will include popular characters from 11 different Cartoon Network Shows, including Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, Samurai Jack, and the Powerpuff Girls. A total of 18 playable characters are available, with 19 summoned assistants. An additional two secret characters are yet to be revealed.

Punch Time Explosion includes a solo-player Story Mode, where you navigate a series of challenges including puzzle, beat-'em-up and shooting gallery sections. The main focus will be on multiplayer Battle Mode though. 3DS Download play will allow up to four players to battle it out using a single cartridge.

As in Smash Bros. Brawl, the main aim is to build up enough damage on opponents to knock them off screen. Each character has a range of normal and special attacks. Collecting small crystal shards charges each character's ultimate super attack.

Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion is coming to 3DS on 28th October.The Xbox 360 and Wii version is released 18th May.

Guest review by Amber Gilmore


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