When focusing on the main objectives, Gex 3 - Deep Pocket Gecko is about 3 Hours in length. If you're a gamer that strives to see all aspects of the game, you are likely to spend around 4 Hours to obtain 100% completion.
Gex 3 - Deep Pocket Gecko features 11 levels, where Gex must complete certain tasks to earn remote controls.
You can download the Gex 3 - Deep Pocket Gecko rom from this page and to play the game you need to download the Visualboy Advance Emulator here.
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Also, be sure to check out Gex – Enter the Gecko.
Gex 3: Deep Cover Gecko is a 1999 platform video game and the third and final installment of the Gex video game series, which released in 1999 and 2000 for the PlayStation, Nintendo 64, and Game Boy Color. Its protagonist, Gex, is a wisecracking, pop culture enthusiast voiced by Danny John-Jules in the UK and European releases and comedian Dana Gould, reprising his role from former Gex games, for the American release.
Gameplay is set in Gex’s secret hideout, the Mission Control overworld, which is overseen by Gex’s butler, Alfred the Turtle. Playboy model Marliece Andrada plays Gex’s kidnapped companion, Agent Xtra, the only live-action character, who is featured in brief full-motion video sequences on the PlayStation version.
The plot follows Gex’s return to the Media Dimension to rescue Agent Xtra from Rez, Gex’s arch-nemesis from the previous games. Gameplay remains similar to Gex: Enter the Gecko, with the addition of certain vehicles, such as a tank, a camel, and a snowboard, as well as swimming and gliding abilities available in certain levels. Like Enter the Gecko, new stages are unlocked by collecting TV remotes.
Unlike Enter the Gecko, in which Gex can obtain a variety of themed collectibles throughout a level (e.g. skulls, TNT plungers, carrots, TVs, and police plates), Gex can only collect bugs, the same collectible from the original Gex. Upon receiving certain power-ups, Gex gains the ability to spit fire and ice. When losing a life, Gex retains only the amount of bugs collected up to the latest checkpoint; if the level has no checkpoint, Gex starts at zero.
Gex 3 - Deep Pocket Gecko
North America: November 15, 1999
David A. Palmer Productions
Game Boy Color
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