One of the most dearest authorized rounds ever, SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom is a magnificent jumble of everything great about 3D platforming. It has numerous characters with various capacities, enormous manager fights, unlimited collectibles, engaging little games, and a wide range of insider facts to reveal. SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated has the entirety of that as well, just more brilliant and prettier. It makes me so glad.
Substantial occasions call for carefree games. While I welcome the intrigue of games that tackle profound issues and challenge players’ ideas of ethical quality, those aren’t the games I need at the present time. I need a platforming game where I control a sparkling reference point of ecstatic obliviousness, set in a vivid world that is about as far expelled from genuine as could reasonably be expected. SpongeBob and Bikini Bottom are what I need at this moment. I’ve been relying on Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated, a change of the 2003 unique out tomorrow for the PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch, to perk me up since it was declared. It takes care of business.
Rehydrated is the first SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom with a ravishing graphical overhaul and a remastered soundtrack. There’s another multiplayer crowd mode for up to two players. It likewise includes content cut from the first game, similar to a malicious robot Squidward and an additional stage in the goliath robot SpongeBob manager fight.
This senseless game never neglects to put a grin all over. It starts with Plankton, the show’s … we’ll call him archvillain … releasing a swarm of robots on the clueless fish individuals of Bikini Bottom as a feature of his most recent endeavor to take the mystery equation for Krabby Patties. Shockingly the scoundrel coincidentally sets his robot-production machine to “Don’t Obey,” leaving a major chaos for SpongeBob, Patrick, and Sandy to tidy up.
The trio of legends head out from area to area, finishing errands and gathering brilliant spatulas and gleaming items so as to open new zones. From the lavish wild of Jellyfish Fields to the mystery hero base camp covered up underneath Mermaid Man’s rest home, each area is affectionately remade from the 2003 unique with totally new visuals and a ton more detail. It’s as lovely as the undersea animation world has ever been, and that incorporates the animation itself.
Most territories permit players to trade between one of two characters, contingent upon the abilities expected to defeat the level’s impediments. SpongeBob can transform into a ball, bowl with bubbles, dispatch guided air pocket rockets, and divider hop. Patrick has the one of a kind capacity to get and toss questions and dazed foes. My preferred character, Sandy the squirrel, can devastate enemies with her tether, just as use it to drift and bounce from extraordinary Texas-formed skyhook gadgets. They are Bikini Bottom’s fantasy group, regardless.
Everywhere there’s another test to survive. There are exactness platforming arrangements that require a lot of tolerance. Huge robot managers must be brought down in multi-stage fights. There are puzzles that require a mix of basic reasoning, exact planning, and dextrous hopping. There’s a whole zone devoted to downhill skiing, which SpongeBob performs utilizing his tongue since that is what his identity is.
Everything about this game makes me grin. The happy music, the beautiful scenes, the bobbing, the clothing as-wellbeing marker technician. Indeed, even the senseless, now and again monotonous jests, a sign of ’90s time 3D platforming games, make me feel good inside. I’ve yet to play the game’s new serious multiplayer mode, however I speculate it will have a comparative impact.
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated is a great redo of the faction exemplary. It brings out indistinguishable thrilled sentiments from the first, while looking better than any game dependent on a Nickelodeon animation has any privilege to.