|Netflix Smash Bros.: The Grand Ed-venture|
|Developer||Cartoon Network Interactive with assistance from Artificial Mind and Movement|
|Platform|| Nintendo 64|
Game Boy Color
|Ratings|| ESRB: Everyone|
Netflix Smash Bros.: The Grand Ed-venture is a 3D-platforming action video game published by Ubisoft Entertainment and developed by Cartoon Network Interactive and Artificial Mind and Movement. It's also the first installment in the series' The Grand Ed-venture Saga. It was released for the Nintendo 64, PlayStation, Dreamcast, Paramount Odyssey, Game Boy Color and Banana V-Cube. The game is rated E for Everyone by ESRB and rated 7+ by PEGI.
While preparing for their latest scam, the Eds somehow meet a golden-textured Eddy imposter who is hellbent on upstaging Eddy arrives in the Cul-de-Sac and begins start scams that are considered cooler and more foolproof than Eddy's scams. But they find out that Golden Eddy's reason as to why he came to the Cul-de-Sac was so after he had enough cash, he will try to usurp Princess Celestia and become prince of the Complex Colonies. So the Eds must embark on a quest throughout the Complex Colonies and put an end to Golden Eddy's diabolical plan by proving to him that Eddy is a better scammer than him.
- Edd (Double D)
- SpongeBob SquarePants
- Twilight Sparkle
- Homer Simpson
- Princess Celestia
- Golden Eddy (main antagonist)
- Kevin (secondary antagonist)
- Trixie Lulamoon (minor antagonist)
Locations and BossesEdit
BOSS: Man Ray
BOSS: Trixie Lulamoon
Golden Eddy's LairEdit
BOSS: Kevin (deformed)
BOSS: Golden Eddy
The game received critical reviews from IGN, but rather positive comments about it. Critics described the game as "hilarious, outlandish and radical; just the way kids like it" and that the game "takes Ed, Edd n Eddy to another level". The console versions were ranked as best-selling video games due to well-done graphics, neat animation, suitable game length and good soundtrack. The only complaint given to the game was its repetitive voice acting.
Despite being ranked as a best seller for the console versions, the GBC version of the game received rather bad reviews due to weak music, unfair difficulty and short length.
A sequel to the first game will be released in the Second Generation for the PlayStation 2, Nintendo Gamecube, Xbox, Game Boy Advance, PC, Paramount Odyssey and Banana V-Cube.