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Movie based video games have come a long way in recent years. G-FORCE on the Wii (used for this review), PS2, PS3, PC, and Xbox 360 have a nice tie in with the Disney movie of the same name. Players get to take on the role of a guinea pig named Darwin, and the fly that goes by Mooch. There are similarities between areas of this game. There are fighting levels where Darwin can shoot, or use his whip, and then there are exploration areas. Mooch is generally used to get into areas Darwin can’t, and open the way. With that said, G-FORCE feels like a movie thanks to all the dialogue and little cut scenes that explain what is going on.

The enemies are appliances that have gone crazy attacking anything that moves. Certain appliances can be used to attack others, but generally they do not target one another. The violence is what earns G-FORCE its E10+ rating. I did enjoy how realistic the areas looked in this game, and the details impressed me. Occasionally the camera was a problem, and the reset would not work (like when having my back right on a wall). The PS3, and Xbox 360 versions have a 3D mode that includes two sets of 3D glasses.

G-FORCE has a lot of dialogue that gives the player tips on how to get past certain obstacles. I really enjoyed this, and appreciated it. There is some various humor in this game that you will have to gauge for yourself. I did not find any of it offensive.

Disney Interactive Studios included some secrets that hardcore players will want to unearth. There are three difficulty settings for those that feel the easy level is not difficult enough. G-FORCE is longer than I expected. If you liked the movie, then you will probably be into the video game.

G-FORCE lets the player save often, which I personally appreciate. The game play does get repetitive in my opinion. There are various things to do, but after awhile it starts to feel the same. With that said I did have fun playing G-FORCE. Something about being a secret agent rodent appeals to me.

The team is trying to save the world, and they do a lot to save one another, and humans. G-FORCE does teach using violence to solve many of the problems. I wish there had been rewards for avoiding violence personally. A decent movie based game. 
- Mark


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 77%
Replay/Extras: 81%
Gameplay: 75%
Family Friendly Factor: 74%
System: Wii/PS2/Xbox 360/Playstation 3/Xbox 360
Publisher: Disney Interactive Studios
Rating: 'E10+' for Everyone 10+
{Fantasy Violence}

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