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Diseny's G-Force (pc game)
5 out of 5 (1 votes)
  • Publisher logo
  • Sprinting mode
  • Completing the tutorial
  • Beginning the first mission
  • Jumping on a roof
  • Stealthing like a pro
  • Shutting down the security cameras
  • Ready for action!
  • Game introduction title screen - cover
  • Kid's game released by Disney in 2009
  • Great 3d gaming effects
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Disney fun and frolics

Based on the Disney movie of the same name starring a bunch of loveable animated guinea pigs, this is a fairly by-the-numbers third person adventure that briefly shines with some clever examples of originality and humour but which ultimately proves forgettable. The player takes control of Darwin, a guinea pig who happens to be a member of a secret government organization and who must defend the world against the evil machinations of Saber. Saber is an industrial magnate who plans to extend his influence and power by manipulating home electrical appliances and turning them into weapons. Darwin must set out and explore a series of vast environments in a bid to stop these plans, with gameplay taking a mix of stealth and platforming. To make things more interesting, Darwin has access to a wide range of gadgets and weapons, like a jetpack and a harpoon gun, which come in handy in the copious amounts of combat situations he encounters. There are also puzzles to solve, which often require clever use of a fly, which you can send it to places where Darwin cannot reach and which help to bring some variety to the game. If you're in the mood for a bit of light-hearted action and find Metal Gear Solid a bit too hardcore, then this makes for the perfect alternative. The gameplay is not too heavy going or difficult, but it is fun for the most part, with satisfying combat and with the gadgets proving highly entertaining. The visuals are as you would expect from a Disney game, with lush environments, slick animation and nicely detailed and personality-filled characters. If you're a fan of the movie or just looking for some fun, this is well worth checking out but don't expect it to stay with you forever.