Jumping Flash 2 - PlayStation
- Disc plus hard plastic protective replacement case only. Disc condition ranges from flawless to scratched but is guaranteed to work.
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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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
ABSOLUTELY OVERJOYED!!!!!! So happy! The Cd is in great conditionPublished 9 months ago by James Murray
This game is actually pretty difficult to complete but I remembered it as a child and it's just as fun as I remembered.Published on September 18, 2013 by Thomas Miller
This is one the gems of the Playstation game library. It'll still play flawlessly on your PS2 (unless you've modified it, then you might run into various loading problems). Read morePublished on September 23, 2005 by John W. Newman