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Duck Dodgers

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Price: $49.99
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Description

Can you do it, Duck Dodgers? Can you save the Earth? Marvin the Martian has built the Ultimate Weapon to destroy our planet. But there's one small problem: Ultimate Weapons require a lot of energy that Marvin doesn't have. So he sends out his minions to search for energy atoms. It's up to you, Duck Dodgers, savior of the Universe (and master klutz), to stop Marvin before he collects enough atoms to make his diabolical plan a success. We're counting on you!

Product Details

UPC:

020295120115

Condition:

Used

Genre:

Action & Adventure

Platform:

Nintendo 64

Region:

NTSC (N. America)

ESRB:

Everyone

Part Number:

N64_DUCK_DODGERS

Customer Reviews

5 Stars
Hard-To-Find, Really Goofy Game
For the sake of collecting, this is one of the hardest-to-find N64 games. The cartridge is in excellent condition, and the price seems pretty fair for something that I haven't come across in my 7 years of collecting games. Gameplay-wise, this game is very, VERY similar to Gex: Enter the Gecko. They're both second-rate 3D platforms (as long as you consider Super Mario 64 the gold standard) that focus on comedic elements and travel to different worlds that are essentially caricatures of their setting (EG: The level with Rocky, the short gangster from Looney Tunes, is supposed to be a gangster world). Duck Dodgers has a lot of little humourous elements (my favourite being the sneaking sound as you're sneaking around), but like Gex, the gameplay's really slimy and all of the dialogue gets really tiresome. You don't feel like you're hitting anything correctly when you're fighting them, and the platforming's really slippery. And if you thought SM64's underwater sections were the worst, you haven't tried DD's swimming mechanics. Overall, you could give it a try, but it's a collectors item over a playable game.
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