The Bottom Line: Great game with different types of levels and weapons to use in your adventure to out spy the other spies. Gun weapons make it slightly inappropriate for young kids.
This game is fun in single player and multiplayer mode. In single player mode you have to out spy the other spy controlled by computer. In multiplayer mode you can play different ways including last one standing and the first to get the four items and escape. You can play against one to three other humans or computer players in multiplayer or a combination of humans and computer players. It is fun to use the different weapons and traps. My favorite weapon is the club, but is also fun to use the monkey bombs (not fun to try run away from them, though). The safe trap is fun to use and trick others by getting hurt when they think they are going to find something good. Also fun to use are the door traps, especially the bucket of slime, which is kind of like the classic joke of a water bucket over the door. This game is easy enough for young kids to learn how to play, but beware there are several types of gun weapons, which you may not want in a game that you let young kids play. I think it is only a mildly violent game (no actual blood and gore) and suitable for older kids, but the decision does depend on the parent and the kid.
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The rivalry that has played out for over 40 years in the pages of MAD Magazine makes its PlayStation 2 and Xbox debuts. Spy vs. Spy is fast paced sabotage-action at its best. Players will employ hilarious spy gadgets and weapons while catching their opponents in clever booby traps. With 12 captivating levels spanning six unique areas, Spy vs. Spy promises nonstop fun and multiplayer antics!