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xXx

xXx is a role playing game based around the film “xXx”. It features character behavior and real-time action.

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The xXx is a 2D platform action adventure game. It is published by Activision and developed by Digital Eclipse for Game Boy Advance platform. It features the film “xXx”, which is also known as “Triple X”. It continues the storyline of the film and dropping players into the role of Xander Cage. It features eight levels of straight forward side-scrolling levels. The levels a…

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xXx

xXx is a role playing game based around the film “xXx”. It features character behavior and real-time action.

Features

The xXx is a 2D platform action adventure game. It is published by Activision and developed by Digital Eclipse for Game Boy Advance platform. It features the film “xXx”, which is also known as “Triple X”. It continues the storyline of the film and dropping players into the role of Xander Cage. It features eight levels of straight forward side-scrolling levels. The levels are packed with gun-toting terrorists. Other than that, the game is adapted with a motorcycle mission as well. The mission requires player to punch and kick enemy cyclists while also avoid incoming cars and road hazards. There is no boss featured to progress to next level like normal hit and run games. Upon the game, player is required to kill enemies while searching the countless keys and missiles parts that will then lead to next level. The player is enabled to run, jump, shoot and throw grenades. There are various weapons available in the game, such as AK-47s and shotguns. The game is rated as E (Everyone) by ESRB and is available in single player mode.

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