Super Monkey Ball Adventure - Critical Reception

Critical Reception

The game has been nearly universally panned by critics, mainly due to the confusion of goals, the significant difference compared to the other Super Monkey Ball games, and repetitive and long loading screens. SMBA obtained a rare ranking of zero percent on Rotten Tomatoes' video game section. Nintendo Power gave the game a 5.5 out of 10 rating and it, along with many other sources, claimed it was the worst installment thus far to the Super Monkey Ball series.

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