In Scribblenauts Unlimited, players can customize objects and characters to their hearts’ content. To showcase the power of imagination, which drives the upcoming game, 5th Cell developers created characters that resemble icons from Scooby-Doo, including Velma, Daphne, Fred, Shaggy and the Great Dane dog himself.

You can also accessorize characters to make them look like your favorite superhero or villain, like Batman and the Joker, for example. Scribblenauts Unlimited releases this month for PC, Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. In Wii U’s version, which launches alongside the new console on November 18th, you can interact with renowned Nintendo characters.

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    • Jesus Christ, does anyone except Nintendo innovate anymore? They’re risking a lot to see if the Wii U will be a success, and will probably do the same with its successor. Microsoft is just stealing ideas. Can’t wait to see Sony’s touch screen (sarcasm).

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      • remember that post i made long time ago about how sony and xbox just wait for nintendo next gen console to copy it and thats why sony said its too early to talk bout next gen consoles? now you see why i made that comment Microsoft and Sony are just waiting to see what nintendo is brining to the table to copy them and be safe from innovating cause as you all know innovating has its risks still Nintendo do it like a baws and succeed. THAT is why i respect nintendo and Sony and Microsoft can suck my balls.

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  1. Man, I can’t wait! MARIO AND BATMAN AND LINK VERSUS BOWSER AND GANON AND THE JOKER

    O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O3O

    Also Scooby and Shaggy can get scared of my potato-spider, I guess. o3o

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