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Jumping Flash 2 - PlayStation

by Sony
Platform : PlayStation
Rated: Everyone
4.7 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Disc plus hard plastic protective replacement case only. Disc condition ranges from flawless to scratched but is guaranteed to work.
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Platform: PlayStation

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Little Muu has been bottled up by the menacing Captain Kabuki. Baron Aloha, once a foe, now turns to friend? Take a flying leap into the wickedly weird world of Robbit and plunge into the wildest 3D gaming experience ever imagined. Single, double and triple-jump your way through a madcap quest-but just when you think it's over, you take to even newer heights and depths like never seen (or felt) before!

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Baron Aloha the arch-foe in Jumping Flash 1 now turns to friend in this version where he recruits Robbit's help to defend the Baron's worlds from attack by a menacing creature from outer space... But you should NEVER trust a video game character with a monacle. Betrayed by the Baron who is actually bent on developing your worlds as resort property you must once again climb into the body of Commander Robbit a robotic rabbit and do battle with evil Baron Aloha's minions over 6 different worlds with 18 stages (+ many bonus stages). Rescue the Muu Muus and spring them to safety!

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Platform: PlayStation
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  • ASIN: B00002STJ6
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,092 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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Platform for Display: PlayStation
Do you want to soar heights that no human has ever gone before? Is it your dream to touch the sky, watching the whole planet gradually increase its size from underneath your feet? Me too, and the Jumping Flash series is the best thing in doing that without having to jump out of a plane. The basic premise of its gameplay is a Doom perspective on completely 3-D cartoon worlds, where everything and anything can be airborne. The object of each level is to find the 4 muumuus scattered across each massive world, and then to find the exit launch pad. This isn't as straightforward as it appears on paper, because the muumuus can be 3000 feet in the air, on mysterious floating platforms (sometimes even floating whales) that soar way above the rest of the level. No sweat though - your character, a mechanical bunny named Robbit, has extra special jumping powers that will allow Robbit to reach those platforms. The triple jump of Robbit is so effectively used that it will make many gamers feel queasy. It's one of the most thrilling feelings you can experience on your Playstation. My only complaints are that the game, like the first Jumping Flash, is both a bit too easy and a bit too short. But that's because the game plays so smoothly and offers so much in pure fun that you wish the game could go on forever. Don't be turned off by its cutesy appearance - this game is an absolute must-have.
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This is one of those weird old games that came out of Japan back in the day that everyone seems to look so fondly on. While the Jumping Flash series never had the fan base of Katamari or Earth Defense Force, I always loved it. I remember our local Blockbuster having it and renting it every time we went there. We finally bought it but my original was lost to the sands of time.

Thankfully, I found this listing for a decent price and acquired it. The case is well worn, and I assume yours may be, too, if you get this. However, the disk worked fine despite its age and the game was every bit as fun as I'd remembered. You'd be well advised to snatch this up and play it if you're into such things.
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This is the first game I can think of that was a 1st person platformer. In fact, I can't think of any games since that are. I bought this game purely out of nostalgia because I had it around the time it came out and I have good memories of it. I haven't tried it again yet so this review isn't really complete. If I ever get a chance to play it again I'll be sure to do a follow up review to update it.
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Straight up, one of the best of all time. Certain videogames, at their best, become a work of art. This is one such example. Original, fun challenge for the mind and the soul. Everything that was possible with the Playstation one is on display here in rare form. They certainly could've continued this series on the PS2. The only drawback is the lack of various camera angles, like viewing Robbit from another perspective.
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Jumping Flash 2 may not have graphics and animation that hold up for generations, but the gameplay and music more than make up for it. Based on the price I paid for this game this is an underrated classic, and a timeless gem that any adult or child can immediately get into and enjoy.
Control: You feel completely in control with smooth command responses as you jump, shoot, and maneuver enemies and platforms. You can change the button controls in the Options menu at any time.
Camera: You are the camera as at any moment you can even look before you jump by holding the R1 button and guiding your view with the DPad.
Gameplay: Robbit takes you through a new adventure rescuing a distressed world from a new villainous threat. Not one level appears the same with different challenges and goals throughout. Complete three stages before saving your game is highly recommended. Bonus stages are spread throughout, and different achievements are rewarded with 100% completion and medals. Beat the game to unlock Time Attack. The only thing that would ensure greater replayability is if the game were to have a split screen 2P Vs. Mode.
Graphics: As far as 90s polygonal graphics go, it's still a sight to behold with colorful worlds and beautiful views. The cinematic cutscenes are still impressive.
Sound: The music in the game is nothing less than enjoyable and even worthy of your iPod.
This game is a must for any collection original Playstation games and for anyone who just enjoys games.
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