Gex 64 : Enter The Gecko – Nintendo 64 Review – HD



Gex: Enter the Gecko (also known as Gex 3D: Enter the Gecko or Return of the Gecko; or on N64 as Gex 64: Enter the Gecko) is a platform game released in 1998 for the PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Microsoft Windows and the Game Boy Color. In 2011, it was added to the PlayStation Network. It is the second game in the Gex series, and involves collecting three types of remotes to unlock different TVs in the hub world that lead to levels, and to aid in the fight once again against Rez. The eponymous gecko protagonist is voiced by Dana Gould in the American version, and Leslie Phillips in the British release.

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Gex 64 Enter The Gecko review on the nintendo 64. Recorded using a dazzle and on an original real N64 console and game cartridge.

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32 thoughts on “Gex 64 : Enter The Gecko – Nintendo 64 Review – HD”

  1. The difference between the British and American releases with regards to the voice actors is interesting. Such is seldom done today…English is English.

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  2. I loved these games growing up. I haven't replayed them although I am a big fan of 3D platformers. Scared nostalgia might bite me this time. Back then I played tons of Spyro and Gex, almost no Crash (which I honestly discovered a lot later in my life) but I'd be happy with a remake of these games. I mean, Gex was like Conker's bad fur day before that was even released.

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  4. @6:23 In spite of the fogging, I still think the graphics are far superior than the Playstation version. Yes, the Playstation has sharper textures, but it isn't an issue because blurriness works better for cartooney style games like this and Mario 64. Sharp textures work better for gritty games like Quake and Duke Nukem. Plus the colours seem more vibrant in this version.

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  5. The lack of interesting abilities for the costumes was something they fixed in the sequel thankfully. It was fun seeing which costumes gave new abilities to Gex (one of my favorites was being able to glide with the Red Riding Hood costume).

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  6. I’ve been thinking about this game for literally ever & couldn’t think of what the name was. Finally, I woke up just a few minutes ago & knew it was a gecko out of nowhere and finally got to look it up. This is so much nostalgia. I played this game so fuckin much as a kid 😂

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  7. Glenn, your channel has been my one stop shop for information to help me track down interesting titles and complete my N64 collection. Love that era of gaming and your videos, thank you for all your hard work!

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  8. Stone cold Steve Austin, Does that make sense? Whatever I'm sticking to my guns on this one. So long stone cold Steve Austin!

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  9. Funny enough, Gex was my favorite character when I was a little kid. The jokes flew right over my head but still made me laugh. I loved his one liners and I still remember them.

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