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7.6 out of 10

Jet Force Gemini

“Developed and published by Rare (GoldenEye 007, Banjo-Tooie), J Read more

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Ice_Blaster, Dooyoo
28 September 2001
  • Excerpt: The game is amazing, there are loads of cool cut scenes and they have got the gunshot effects and plasma rifle blasts down to a science. The first impressions are ace, there is a space shot at the start of the games first cut scene which is a bit blurry but never the less you are soon reassured by the super character detail and surroundings.
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semajal, Dooyoo
22 August 2001
  • Excerpt: Jet Force Gemini is a brilliant shooting game. It has numerouse weapons and is funily violent. Firstly there are many weapons ranging from you basic pistol to the flame thrower. Some of the best are the sniper rifle, machine gun and tri rocket launcher. If you don't like ants then this is the game for you. The main enemys are hure hordes of ants. They die very quickly and you can collect their heads for cheats. The main objective of the game is to rescure tribals.
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BionicCoomar, Dooyoo
24 June 2001
  • Excerpt: The boys at Twycross have the gaming world in their pocket. Regardless of the game genre, no-one does it better then England's own Rareware. They've proved it with platform games such as Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo Tooie, with racing games like Diddy Kong Racing and Mickey's USA Speedway, and, of course, no-one does the shoot-em-up quite like Rare, just play Goldeneye if you don't believe me. So Jet Force Gemini then.
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fishead, Dooyoo
17 August 2000
  • Excerpt: What makes this game so good is Lupus the dog, the way he turns into a tank and can hover over walls and things like that using his rocket powered feet. The graphics are lush and the music fits the scene for each level from Tawfret to SS.Anubis. The upgraded versions of Juno and Vela look cool, and the bosses are beautifully rendered with awesome weapons.
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Nat911, Dooyoo
5 July 2000
  • Excerpt: I recieved Jet Force Gemini last Christmas, and i still love playing it. I have completed it twice and enjoyed every last second of the ending sequence. The basic aim in Jet force Gemini is to rescue a furry bear like race called 'tribals' which have been enslaved by a huge tyron named 'Mizar'. Sounds rather simple? Its not! You must complete and rescue EVERY tribal on all 10 origanal worlds, plus there's about 3-4 secret worlds.
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anonym, Dooyoo
4 July 2000
  • Excerpt: if it was not for Rare I believe the nintendo 64 would have become obsolete many years ago. Rare have given us classics such as Goldeneye, Perfect Dark, Donkey Kong 64 and Jet Force Gemini. Jet Force Gemini was seen as the best game of 1999 on the nintendo 64 and I have to agree. It is highly original, has easily the best graphics yet seen on the Nintendo 64 and it plays as good as it looks. The plot involves three playable characters, Juno, Vela and Lupus.
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SimonJohnson, Dooyoo
14 June 2000
  • Excerpt: This is a stunning 3rd person shooter. You get to blast plenty of bugs, save cute little bears, and run and jump. This is a brilliant, brilliant game. It is so much fun, you get big guns to play with and the ants squish in a very satisfactory way when you kill them! There is a great story, told in cut scenes throughout the game. Jet Force Gemini is full of humour, and is just such a fun game to play. The graphics are superb, and the sound is even better.
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whatley, Dooyoo
2 June 2000
  • Excerpt: Shoot ‘em up’s come and go. As do adventure games. No one in my opinion has combined the two as well as the N64 golden boys of Rare in this superbly attractive release. You are set the task of clearing levels of (mostly Ant like) Aliens and in the process saving the lives (provided you don’t shoot them) of the Tribals. These ugly little critters (the tribals) are hidden strategically around a series of levels displaced throughout a star system.
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Erstklassig und anspruchsvoll

elisa2, Ciao
3 March 2005
  • Summary: Meiner Ansicht nach gehört Jet Force Gemini zu den besten Nintendo-64-Spielen überhaupt und von daher war es für mich überhaupt gar keinen Frage, dass ich Euch über dieses Actionadventure unbedingt erzählen muss, denn selbst heute werden sich höchstwahrscheinlich sehr viele von Euch durch dieses Videospiel immer noch großartig unterhalten fühlen, dass es bereits 1999 bei uns auf den Markt kam, darf somit eigentlich nicht als Nachteil gelten, ich finde jedenfalls, dass...
  • Pros: Knallbunte und absolut fehlerfreie Grafik, riesige Figuren mit weichen Animationen, tolle Begleitmelodien und erstklassige Soundeffekte, extrem intelligente Gegner, sehr umfangreich, hoher Spielspass auch im Mehrspielermodus, später zu zweit nochmal
  • Cons: Eigentlich nichts, höchstens vielleicht die etwas ungewohnte Steuerung, welche in extrem hektischen Spielsituationen von Nachteil sein kann
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Traumhaft schönes Abenteuer

juni79, Ciao
17 December 2004
  • Summary: Jetzt habe ich mir ein Videospiel für das Nintendo 64 ausgesucht, über das ich Euch berichten möchte, was in meinen Augen zweifellos zu den besten Spielen überhaupt für jene Spielkonsole Nintendos gehört. Ihr könnt Euch wirklich sicher sein, dass Ihr mit dem Kauf von "Jet Force Gemini" überhaupt nichts falsch machen, es handelt sich nämlich hierbei tatsächlich um ein absolutes Top-Spiel, welches auch heute noch überaus interessant sein dürfte.
  • Pros: Wunderschöne Grafik, traumhafter Soundtrack, extrem abwechslungsreich, interessant, spannend, fesselnd, faszinierend
  • Cons: Eigentlich gar nichts, eventuell die anfangs etwas gewöhnungsbedürftige Steuerung und der nicht gerade niedrige Schwierigkeitsgrad
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