Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated (PlayStation 4) Review

I’m a firm believer that a bad game should not be excused for being a bad game just because it’s aimed at kids. Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated is not a bad game, and I – a twenty-five-year-old guy – had a moderate amount of fun exploring its world and reminiscing about early mornings before school watching the cartoon with my brother. It was a bit too easy and a bit too repetitive for me, but this game wasn’t made for me. If you’re a child under the age of ten that enjoys the cartoon, Rehydrated is an unashamedly bright and delightful romp through Bikini Bottom. You’ll love it. If you have an under-ten in the household, you can do a lot worse than picking this one up for them. It’s better than a slap on the Sandy Cheeks.

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