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A Look at Disneys G-Force

July 15, 2009

A Look at Disney’s G-Force

Prepare to save the world with this crafty group of secret agent hamsters.

Based on the upcoming Jerry Bruckheimer-produced film, Disney’s G-Force puts you in control of an elite squad of hamsters as they fight through a variety of environments, taking on other creatures and even common household appliances in their quest to defeat an evil billionaire bent on world domination.

G-Force allows you to play as Darwin and Mooch; Darwin is the leader of the G-Force squad, while Mooch is the surveillance expert (and a housefly) of the team. The game will follow the plot of the movie, but only towards the end with roughly 70 percent of the story being created solely for the game.

G-Force is an action title first and foremost, presenting the player with accessible controls and quirky combat. You’ll be able to use a variety of weapons and special items in your quest, including jet packs, whips, and different weaponry like lasers as you fend off 30 different enemy types.

As an added bonus, players who pick up either the 360 or PS3 versions of the game will receive a pair of 3D glasses, which can then be used in the game to play in 3D. This mode can be toggled on or off whenever the player wants.

Here are some of the Key Features to be found in the game:

•Unique gameplay requiring the player to switch between Darwin, a guinea pig, and Mooch, a housefly
•Special abilities for each character: Darwin’s hoverpack lets players speed through areas or fly up to higher altitudes; Mooch can slow down time
•Innovative platform puzzle solving to reach new areas and trigger gadgets
•New enemies, weapons and locations not seen in the film
•Characters’ voices match “G-Force” film: Sam Rockwell, Jon Favreau and Bill Nighy
 

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The game’s look will do more than capitalize on the 3D gimmick employed by the film, but will also present cute and well-rendered characters that do a fine job of emulating the look and feel of the film.

G-Force is looking to be an action-packed experience that will definitely give fans of the film a chance to live out all of the covert hamster excitement. G-Force is rated E10 and will be released on Xbox 360, Nintendo DS, PC, PS2, PS3, PSP, and Nintendo Wii on July 21.
 

For more information go to www.gforcethegame.com

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