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Developer(s) Alpha Generations, Inc.
Papaya Studios
Publisher(s) Fantendo Publishing Co.
Crave Entertainment
Platform(s) SP1DR, Nintendo Wii, Xbox 360, Playstation 3*, Nintendo 3DS, Playstation Vita*
Genre(s) Adventure, Fighting
Release Date(s)
Handheld:
November 27, 2012 (NA)
November 30, 2012 (PAL)
December 1, 2012 (JAP)

Console:

December 16, 2012 (NA)
December 19, 2012 (PAL)
December 23, 2012 (JAP)
Mode(s)
Single Player, Multiplayer
Rating(s)
ESRB - E for EveryonePEGI - 7
Media Included Optical Disc, Cartridge

Cartoon Blast Extreme! (also known as Cartoon Blast X, the handheld version) is a crossover-fighting-adventure game that features characters from the universes created by Cartoon Network and Teletoon[1]. The game acts as a direct sequel to Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion/Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion XL, and contains many of the original characters seen in it.

The game has many of the same aspects as before: a Story Mode, various Battle Modes, a Shop, and the Vault (along with the obvious Options menu). Story Mode is a Multiplayer story that takes you through many universes, while trying to stop all the villains from destroying the universes, and creating one. Battle Mode is a Multiplayer "exhibition" game-type, where players can fight local with up to three other players (or computer-controlled players) or online with, yet again, three other players. The Shop consists of many characters, stages, clips, special costumes and (for Xbox 360 and PS3 versions only) a DLC menu, all of which (excluding the DLC) can be bought with "Power Points", special points you earn by winning games, playing story mode, and so on. Finally, the vault has bios about characters seen (and un-seen) throughout the game.

Characters

In Cartoon Blast Extreme!, there is a total of 40 characters (with 15 of those having to be bought from the Shop) and in Cartoon Blast X, there is a total of 32 characters (with 10 having to be bought). It has been revealed that there will be DLC for the game, although it will only be for the console versions.

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Default Characters (Console)

See Also: Cartoon Blast Extreme!/Default Characters (Console)
There are a total of 20 different characters, 10 from CN Productions, and 10 from Teletoon Productions.

Unlockable Characters (Console)

See Also: Cartoon Blast Extreme!/Unlockable Characters (Console)
There are a total of 30 unlockable characters (10 of which are in the shop). Characters must be unlocked in Story Mode.

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Downloadable Characters (Console)

See Also: Cartoon Blast Extreme!/Downloadable Characters (Console)
It was announced that the game will have 50 characters, and many downloadable characters, only available for the console. Many characters (if not all) are new to the fighting series.

Default Characters (Handheld)

See Also: Cartoon Blast Extreme!/Default Characters (Handheld)

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There are a total of 15 default characters for the handheld, all from CN Productions.

Unlockable Characters (Handheld)

See Also: Cartoon Blast Extreme!/Unlockable Characters (Handheld)
There are a total of 25 unlockable characters, 10 from CN Productions, and 15 from Teletoon Productions. The Playstation Vita version has 5 extra Teletoon characters.

The Shop

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The Shop, as explained before, is a place where players can buy extra characters, stages, costumes and video clips from various cartoons, and can be bought for Power Points, which you gain by playing the game. In addition, the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions also have a DLC menu, where things must be purchased with Microsoft Points or Playstation Money.

Below is a list of items that can be bought in the shop:

Item Type Price
Nemesister Character 1200
Numbuh 5 Character 1500
Rex Salazar Character 1200
Juniper Lee Character 1500
Robot Jones Character 1200
Heloise Character 1500
Jay Character 1200
Izzy Character 1500
Susan & Mary Test Character 1200
Anna Maht Character 1500

Trivia

  • Even though the game is considered a sequel to Cartoon Network: Punch Time Explosion (XL), the game includes characters created by the Canadian television company Teletoon.
    • Coincidentally, "Teletoon" is the Canadian counterpart to Cartoon Network, and shows many of the shows seen on it.

References

  1. Announcement blog post

Gallery

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Pre-Reboot Games

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