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G-Force (includes 3D Glasses) (G Force)

Released on 31 July 2009

Rating: 7+ (PEGI)

4.0 out of 5 (10 customer reviews) | Write a review

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Based on the Jerry Bruckheimer Films summer 2009 blockbuster, G-Force is an exciting action-platformer game that puts players in the role of G-Force's fearless team leader Darwin and his housefly sidekick Mooch as they bring their unique high-tech gadgets, stealth mastery, and pint-sized justice to prevent an evil billionaire from taking over the world.

G-Force is a fast-paced action-platform game featuring a unique elite team of specially trained guinea pigs that use high-tech gadgets and specialised talents to complete a dangerous government mission. G-Force puts players in control of both Darwin, the guinea pig leader of the covert intelligence G-Force squad, and housefly surveillance sidekick, Mooch, as they team up with the other G-Force agents and use their gadgets, stealth mastery and pint-sized teamwork as mankind's only hope to complete a dangerous high-level government mission.

Includes 3D Glasses

Game features:

  • 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)

PS3-specific features:

  • Experience parts of the game in astounding 3D!
  • Battle an army of evil robots with cool weapons and high-tech gadgets not seen in the movie!
  • Play as Darwin, the leader of the G-Force, and Mooch, your housefly commando sidekick!
  • Turn enemies into allies with the Saber micro-chip implanting technology!
  • Blast your way through action packed levels in the G-Force Rapid Deployment Vehicle!

customer Reviews

 Average rating (10 reviews)

 Not your usual movie tie in rubbish. Great Fun.

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I bought this game because of its 3D visuals ability (glasses are the standard cardboard type but you get 2 pairs). I wasnt expecting much from the game itself. I was surprised just how good it is.

The story of the game doesnt stick to the movie exactly, the developers have taken one section of the movie and expanded on it to remove the non action parts of the movies plot. This is fine and it keeps the game moving.

You spend 95% of the game exploring on foot as Agent Darwin. Darwin has a jet pack at all times which he can use to jump, hover for a limited time or get a short height boost. He can also use the jet pack to increase his running speed. He can grab onto the edge of objects and pull himself up or drop down, useful for climbing ladders or up shelves. Darwin starts the game with one weapon but as you progress through the game you are given the opportunity to purchase more, some of which are essential to complete the game. You can also purchase health, ammo and maps and you pay for these items by collecting Saber Chips which are dropped by defeated enemies or found by smashing the boxes or containers found througout the levels.

Darwin is always accompanied by Mooch, the trained Fly. Press up on the D pad to switch to Mooch and you can fly around the map to reach areas Darwin cannot. This is a great addition to the game and allows for some neat little puzzles. Mooch can fly through vents to reach rooms whose doors are locked. Mooch has a short range interference beam that can open some locked doors and can stun enemies for a short time, this comes in handy when Darwin's path is blocked by an enemy generating a force field, Mooch disables the force field and then Darwin can destroy that enemy to clear his path. Mooch can also carry objects, he uses this ability to activate several machines by transporting power cores from place to place. Mooch has limited flying time and range though and once one of these runs out, control switches back to Darwin. Mooch can also be stunned by Fly zappers on walls so he must keep his distance from them. Control of Mooch can be a little tricky but thats adds a little to the urgency of his timed missions.

There are a couple of driving sections to get through, each one uses the G-Force RDV which looks like three clear plastic balls fitted with engines. You steer the RDV along tunnels littered with obstacles and enemies, you can shoot and jump to clear your path. Oil and glue spills can slow you down or cause you to spin out of control.

Your G-Force companions give lots of help over the radio and from time to time will make an appearance to help you out but you never get to control them.

You can switch the visuals between standard and 3D mode. I found that while the 3D did produce some depth to the picture it messed up the colours and I ended up switching 3D off. Some cut scenes also use 3D but not all.

The graphics are clean and crisp with no glitches, care has been taken to ensure that you are never stuck, you can tell which doors are open, those that can be unlocked and those that will never unlock.

The audio is good, music plays throughout. The tempo of the music depends on the action. Sometimes the music can drown out any radio communications from your team mates a little but you can adjust the volume of music and FX to compensate.

There are plenty of trophies to earn, some of which require you to replay the game. Complete it once and you unlock an advanced mode to try

Overall, this is a great game that anyone will enjoy playing. Great for youngsters with enough to keep older games happy. Not your usual movie tie in rubbish that seems to be the norm these days.

 Really fun

| | See all xGemxLouisex's reviews (1)

I have really enjoyed playing this game, i wanted to try kids games because honestly i can never complete a game lol but i was quite suprised about this one i really like it, although im not sure about the 3D effect as it gets a bit funny with your eyes but other than that i think its a good buy.

 G force

| | See all mrclulow's reviews (2)

I thought it was just a kids game but it is well worth a play.plenty of problems to solve. the 3d glasses are the old fashioned cardboard ones

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Rating7+ (PEGI)