Specific Ratings

Learning CurveB+
Replay ValueA-

Pros and Cons

  • All kind of cool weapons you can use
  • Different type of missions
  • Over 64 missions
  • 4 player simultaneous
  • Very hard to beat with out cheats

Team Buddies (PlayStation)

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This game is great for adult to kids.Gameplay includes deathmatch games, domination and capture the flag variants and a hidden footie game (with exploding ball!) You have to order your buddies to build weapons so you can complete your mission.



Buddy Land was peaceful place until red and blue crates fell from the sky that contained weapons the Buddies had never seen before. Unfortunately, these new items split the Buddies into color-coordinated factions and war ensues. You must direct the war efforts in 64 missions that span eight different worlds. In each of the missions, you must defend your base and destroy the enemy. Since this is not an easy task, you must capture the blocks that fall from the sky and stack them into shapes to create new weapons and units. After completing all of the missions, several four-player modes open including Deathmatch, Capture the Flag, and Domination. Now you can try to become the master of Buddy Land and destroy the other colors in TEAM BUDDIES.

Team Buddies is a truly twisted game. The object is to help these squat, cartoonish 3-D buddies collect colorful crates and bring them back to their designated crate depot. Inside those crates, however, is a variety of weapons, vehicles, and personnel to help wage war against other buddy armies. You'll see several different buddy types--medic, cyborg, commando, and spy each with different abilities--as well as 32 playgrounds in eight different areas. As if that weren't enough, you'll also have to contend with a variety of bizarre barnyard animals that will try to attack you or steal your crates.

Though you don't need a buddy to play Team Buddies--there are over 60 missions against a computer opponent--the game supports up to four players in a split screen, thanks to the separately sold Multi Port accessory and extra controllers. Battles are viewed in the third-person perspective, with a binocular mode for the true tactician.

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