I couldn't say I'd expect much from this game. It is a kid's game. But it's not that bad. You start the game on 1-player, and Kimi basically says how you need to get a helmet to defeat the big bad snail guy, yadda-yadda-yadda. From then on in story mode, you pick your character, and just walk around picking up tickets and buying things. It's not that fun, it's really slow, there is only a little theme park music in the background... this game is better in two player, where you can play bumper cars, golf, and a few other mini games.
Graphics: 7.5/10. The characters look the best as they ever could on a Nintendo 64. These are great cartoony graphics.
Sound: 7/10. The voices sound fuzzy and somewhat unclear and there is very little sound; no little talk-to-selves when you are running around in story mode, and all you hear is the theme park music. It puts me almost to sleep.
Control: 7/10. Slow controls... the babys walk extremely slow, and you can't run and turn at the same time. If you want to turn, you have to stop moving, which makes the game take awhile to get to a-to-b.
Fun: 7/10. This is an OKAY game. There are 5 different parks that you can goto, that are all different in their own way. Ooey Gooey World, Main Gate to Euro Reptar Land, Golf Park, Princess Theater, and Reptar Island. It's a DECENT game for someone who's bored on one player, but multiplayer is where it's at. If you buy this game, I highly reccomend you have a friend with you to play multiplayer. This game isn't the best Rugrats game though; If you have a PS1/PS2 buy Rugrats: Search For Reptar (PS1). It's a better game. Have fun.
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