When focusing on the main objectives, Gex - Enter the 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.
In Gex - Enter the Gecko you travel through 24 levels with themes that are parodies of television and movies.
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Gex: Enter the Gecko is a platform game and the second installment of the Gex video game series, released in 1998 and 1999 for the PlayStation, Nintendo 64, Microsoft Windows, and Game Boy Color. Its protagonist, Gex, a TV-binging, wisecracking gecko, is voiced by Dana Gould in the North American version, Leslie Phillips in the European release, and Mitsuo Senda in the Japanese release. Gex seeks to collect three types of remotes to unlock different TVs in the overworld that aid in the fight against his arch-nemesis, Rez.
Following his victory over Rez in the Media Dimension, Gex has retired from the public eye and turned to solitude. Two years later, his quiet life is soon turned upside down when one day he was watching television when all of a sudden, it goes blank and Rez’s image begins flashing on the screen. Two government agents also appear and explain that Rez has returned and they need Gex’s help in taking him down again.
Gex refuses, saying that he has already saved the world once and that they should try to find someone else. In response, the agents abduct Gex to their headquarters, in which Gex is interrogated. When the agents make a fair negotiation for a huge sum of cash and gadgets, Gex tells them everything. He accepts the mission, to which he leaves the building and is then accosted by a female agent who introduces herself as Agent Xtra and wishes him good luck. Enter the Gecko, the first 3D platform game in the Gex franchise, allows the player to choose from three camera control options: automatic, semi-automatic, and manual.
The player controls Gex (voiced by comedian Dana Gould in the North American release, Leslie Phillips in the European release, and Mitsuo Senda in the Japanese release), who has spent much of his time watching television. His dialogue consists of references to popular culture from the late 1980s and 1990s, usually spoken when he enters a level, attacks, dies, or collects items. Dialogue and scenes were heavily cut for the Nintendo 64 version due to hardware limitations.
Gex - Enter the Gecko
North America: December 1998
David A. Palmer Productions
Game Boy Color
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